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RF Phalloplasty Photos

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The photos below are of patients after RF (radial forearm) phalloplasty performed by Dr. Crane.

IMMEDIATE POSTOPERATIVE:

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Patient A Phalloplasty, scrotoplasty, glansplasty, vaginectomy, all done at first stage. Further postop photos below.

2-6 WEEKS POSTOP:

Phalloplasty with scrotoplasty, Patient I, three weeks post op.

Patient A (compare to immediate postop photo above) 3 weeks postop. Drains have since been removed and patient is healing well.

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Patient B  5 weeks post-op, without glansplasty. It can be performed as a small out-patient procedure after phalloplasty. Further postop photos are in B-1 and B-2 below. There is also a link to photo timelines: http://brownsteincrane.com/?p=1744

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Patient C  1 month postop.

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Patient D  1 month postop.

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Patient D1  1 month postop. Patient had a left-sided groin incision for microvascular and nerve anastomosis because he is left handed (donor site is right forearm).

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Patient D1 1 month postop, lateral view.

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Patient D2  1 month postop.

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Patient D3  1 month postop.

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Patient D4  1 month postop

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Patient D5  1 month postop

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Patient D6 1 month postop

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Patient D7  1 month postop.

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Patient D8  1 month postop.

Patient E 5 Weeks postop.

2-3 MONTHS POSTOP:

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Patient G 2 months postop.

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Patient G1 2 month postop.

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Patient H1  3 months postop.

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Patient H2: 3 month postop; lateral and frontal views. Patient has a tattoo on the left side of his phallus, and the split thickness skin graft behind the corona of the glans is also pigmented.

 

6-9 MONTHS POSTOP:

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RFF phallo- glansplasty

Patient J  6 months postop. This patient had some flap fat loss and a resultant deflated appearance to his phallus. Dr. Crane performed fat grafting and a glans revision giving a the phallus a full, aesthetic look.

Patient J 6 months PO with glansplasty

Patient J1 6 months postop.

Patient J 6 months PO with glansplasty

Patient J2 6 months postop.

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Patient J3  7 months postop

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Patient J4 7 months postop

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Patient J5 7 months postop

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Patient J6 7 months postop

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Patient J7  7 months postop

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Patient B-1  7 months post 1st stage RF phalloplasty. Patient had delayed glansplasty. This is a 2 week post glansplasty photo.

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Patient M 9 months postop.

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Patient M1 9 months postop.

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Patient M2 9 months postop.

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Patient M3 9 months postop.

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Patient N 9 months postop.

Patient P Frontal

Patient P One year post-op. Patient stands to urinate and has erotic sensation from the base to the tip of the phallus.

Patient B-2 16 months postop. Patient had veins tattooed on his penis. He felt these tattoos as he has full tactile and erogenous sensation.

Standing to Urinate: most patients void 2-4 weeks postoperatively

RF Phalloplasty urinating

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Camaraderie amongst the patients of Brownstein & Crane Surgical Services.


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