Priapism associated with intranasal cocaine abuse
Cocaine abuse has escalated to epidemic proportions in the United States. In addition to the social and economic problems associated with the recreational use of this agent, a variety of medical complications have been reported. The occurrence of priapism with intranasal use has not been documented previously. We report a case of priapism secondary to intranasal cocaine abuse and describe the possible neurochemical etiology for this phenomenon.
Journal of Urology
Fiorelli, R. L.; Manfrey, S. J.; Belkoff, Laurence; and Finkelstein, Larry, "Priapism associated with intranasal cocaine abuse" (1990). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 1394.
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