Surgeons Perform First Pe.nis Transplant In The U.S , See How It Was Performed!

Surgeons Perform First Pe.nis Transplant In The U.S , See How It Was Performed!
A U.S. hospital said Monday it has performed the nation’s first p*nis transplant on a man whose p*nis was removed due to cancer.

Boston-based Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) said in a statement
that the 15-hour operation took place earlier this month and involved
surgically grafting the complex microscopic vascular and neural
structures of a donor organ onto the comparable structures of the
recipient.
“The patient, Thomas Manning, 64, of Halifax, Mass, continues to
recover well, with blood flow established to the donor organ and no
signs of bleeding, rejection or infection,” said the hospital statement.
Due to confidentiality, the identity of the deceased donor will not be released.
Manning, the patient, issued a statement, saying: “Today I begin a
new chapter filled with personal hope and hope for others who have
suffered genital injuries, particularly for our service members who put
their lives on the line and suffer serious damage as a result.”
The world’s first p*nis transplant was performed on a Chinese patient
in 2005. Unfortunately, the patient reportedly asked for the organ to
be removed after only a few weeks because of apparent psychological
rejection.
The second such transplant was conducted on a South African man whose
p*nis had been amputated because of a botched circumcision. This
operation was reportedly a success and the recipient was said to
recently become a father.

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