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Over time, a number of devices have been used to treat sexual dysfunction.  The Pearman penile implant and Scott's inflatable device were 1970's answer to impotence.
Implants & Prostheses

The history of erectile dysfunction is probably as old as mankind, yet treatment inroads for these patients have only come in the past 50 years. Prior to the late 1960s, there was no effective treatment for this condition, and until the late 1990s, patients suffering from this disorder relied on implants for proper function. Prostheses and implants today stand behind pharmaceutical remedies for patients with erectile dysfunction, but remain in use for patients who don't respond to drugs.

The Didusch Center's collection ranges from the "Heidelberg Belt" to the inflatable penile prosthesis to pharmaceutical impotence treatments.

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