We read the letter about our study on penile dorsal nerves and thank you for giving us the opportunity to answer some issues:
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- Re: Kozacioglu et al.: Anatomy of the Dorsal Nerve of the Penis, Clinical Implications (Urology 2014;83:121-125)UrologyVol. 83Issue 5
- PreviewWe read with great interest the published article “Anatomy of the dorsal nerve of the penis, clinical implications” by Kozacioglu et al.1 The authors meticulously reported the anatomic variations of dorsal nerve of penis (DNP). We as anatomists take this opportunity to discuss few facts related to the study.