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Where Applied Engineering Meets Urology

The new advanced double bladed cavernotome takes cutting dilatators to a new level. The twin blades allow easier passage through the dense fibrotic corpora. The innovative handle allows the surgeon to more effectively oscillate the instrument to safely create his tunnel into the scarred corporal bodies.

Steve K. Wilson

MD, FACS, FRCS Editor-In-Chief ISSM Video Journal of Prosthetic Urology 2010 St. Paul’s Medal from British Association Urologic Surgeons 2013 F Brantley Scott Award of Excellence

The cavernotomes are clearly quite creative and inventive and we have used them with quite outstanding results.

Culley C. Carson

MD, Rhodes Distinguished Professor of Urology Chief of Urology, University of North Carolina Hospitals, World Health Organization (WHO) Consultant on Erectile Dysfunction

The (Mooreville) cavernotome is a welcome addition to the armamentarium of those performing reparative prosthetic surgery… (Journal of Urology editorial)

J.J. Mulcahy

MD, Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine, President for the Society for the Study of Impotence, Co-Chairman of the Sexual function Council of the American Foundation for Urologic Diseases

The (stent removing) snare is more comfortable for the patient than cystoscopy and is a useful addition for office urology.

Jonathan L. Masel


I am loving the snare. I have been making the loop out farther per your video with great success. No failures so far. No complaints from patients, and it really beats having to scope them again.

Stacy Childs


I used your urethrotomes in the ER on a patient with a stricture from radiation. Cut thru (sic) like butter!

Steven Ochs

MD, Canton, OH

The stent removing snare is easy to use. It is easier on the patient than cystoscopy. The procedure has improved RVU’s and excellent coverage.

Bruce Sloan

MD – Philadelphia Urology Associates

The Stent Removing Snare is fabulous.

Alan Weinberg

MD, Southland Urology

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