University of California, Davis Davis United States
There have been three peer-reviewed three publications to date 1 Nnamani NS, Janak JC, Hudak SJ, Rivera JC, Lewis EA, Soderdahl DW, Orman JA. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2016 5 Suppl 2 Proceedings 2015 Military Health System Research SymposiumS95-S99 2 Janak JC, Orman JA, Soderdahl DW, Hudak SJ. J Urol. 20171972414-419 and 3 Nnamani NS, Janak JC, Hudak SJ, Rivera JC, Lewis EA, Soderdahl DW, Orman JA. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2016. For U.S. male service members who served in OEFOIF from 10 2001 to 82013, 1,367 sustained 1 or more genitourinary injuries the majority involved the external genitalia n1,000, 73.2, including the scrotum 760, 55.6, testes 451, 33.0, penis 423, 31 andor urethra 125, 9.1 There was a high frequency of concomitant GU injury and extremity amputation which has serious implications for health and quality of life presenting to prevent, mitigate, and treat these battlefield injuries.