Ruan X, Couch JP, Shah RV, Liu H, Wang F, Chiravuri S. Priapism–a rare complication following continuous epidural morphine and bupivacaine infusion. Pain Physician. 2007 Sep;10(5):707-11.
A guy named Wang writes a paper on priapism. All is well and good in the world.
FYI, your RSS and Atom feeds have a bad case of nonexistence at the moment.
I have a feeling where they put the needle had a lot to do with this.
I’ve got people working on the feeds situation. I just got up and running today, so it might take a bit for everything to fall into place.
Talk about trading one pain for another! LOL! With a side order of embarrassment!
Dave Briggs :~)
Glad you’re on Scienceblogs! Just discovered your blog recently and was worried you’d quit. This is definitely where you belong!
I know the feeling – one of the gastroenterologists at my teaching hospital (I’m a fourth year med student) is called Antal Bajor (I believe it’s a hungarian name). In swedish, however, it translates to “Number of Poops”.
He’s a great doctor, and very friendly. This coincidence just makes the world a better place :D.
Where can I sign up?
Speedballs always make me come.
This article had me stiff with interest…
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