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Our cavernotomes are used by urologists throughout the U.S. as well as other countries like Canada, France, Sweden, Greece, etc.
The new advanced double bladed cavernotome takes cutting dilators 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.
The Mooreville Dilator II has an ingenious design. A cutting type dilator should be part of the urologic armanentarium of any O.R. where penile prosthetic surgery is commonly performed.
A fantastic enhancement. These [dilators] will be more infinitely useful than the previous model.
The cavernotomes are clearly quite creative and inventive and we have used them with quite outstanding results.
I was very impressed with these cavernotomes…They work very well…
I used them in difficult cases of fibrosis of the corpora cavernosa and found them very helpful in the dilation process.
I love the new Uramix dilators. I have a set of the previous Uramix cavernotomes in each Hospital and Surgery center. I now perform over 300 implants a year and operate at 4 different places. The new set however I keep in my brief case and it is always with me where ever I go. Having the smaller diameter sizes and advancing the blade is an excellent upgrade. It enables me to place implants in patient’s with corpora that are severely scarred and fibrotic with less difficulty. You definitely have the best dilators for this procedure. Given that most patients now with ED have fibrosis and scarring, the degree of which is unpredictable before the operation, I think that it is a disservice not to have a set of your dilators available for every implant case.
I used the Uramix on a patient from Texas that had two previous infected implants. The corpora were so scarred that I had to use an 11 scalpel blade to initiate the dissection and followed with the #6 French Double blade Uramix sharp dilator. I always dilate distally first, just in case a urethral perforation occurs. I do not want to dilate the crus if the case has to be aborted. Thanks to your dilators I was able to expand the corpora to #13 French diameter. The right corpora measured 22cm and the left 21cm. I placed a temporary Coloplast Genesis malleable implant which I will leave in the patient for 3 to 6 months. A firm pseudo capsule will form over time over the malleable cylinders who will further dilate the corporal space. At which point I will swap the malleable cylinders for an inflatable implant. I could not have done it without the Uramix dilators. I have 3 sets in each of the 3 locations where I work. These things are amazing and quite frankly I don’t understand why the double blade works so well. I wish you could have them in larger sizes which would enable me to fix the larger penises with hour glass deformities (13/14/15 French).
The (Mooreville) cavernotome is a welcome addition to the armamentarium of those performing reparative prosthetic surgery… (Journal of Urology editorial)