Archeology and urology: testimonies of the IV-III century b.C. on La Peyronieʹs disease
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The discovery of two archaeological objects describing La Peyronie's disease. They come from the archaeological excavation of Pantanacci (Lanuvio, south of Rome), that has returned numerous objects of medical representation dating back to the IV-III sec. B.C.
KEY WORDS: Archeology - Urology - La Peyronie - Pantanacci.