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Figure 1: Correlations of abstinence time with the Latencies of the SEPs and PSSR before ejaculation. The correlations of abstinence time with the latencies of the (a) GPSEP, (b) DNSEP, and (c) PSSR, in PE patients; the correlations of abstinence time with the latencies of the (d) GPSEP, (e) DNSEP, and (f) PSSR, respectively, in control subjects. SEP: somatosensory evoked potential; PSSR: penile sympathetic skin response; GPSEP: glans penis somatosensory evoked potential; DNSEP: dorsal nerve somatosensory evoked potential; PE: premature ejaculation.

Figure 1: Correlations of abstinence time with the Latencies of the SEPs and PSSR before ejaculation. The correlations of abstinence time with the latencies of the (<b>a</b>) GPSEP, (<b>b</b>) DNSEP, and (<b>c</b>) PSSR, in PE patients; the correlations of abstinence time with the latencies of the (<b>d</b>) GPSEP, (<b>e</b>) DNSEP, and (<b>f</b>) PSSR, respectively, in control subjects. SEP: somatosensory evoked potential; PSSR: penile sympathetic skin response; GPSEP: glans penis somatosensory evoked potential; DNSEP: dorsal nerve somatosensory evoked potential; PE: premature ejaculation.