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Figure 1: Anatomy of the MPG and CN. (a) MPG and CNs were identified dorsolateral to the prostate by blunt dissection. (b) Dissociated CNs were shown by blunt dissection. Scale bars = 5 mm. MPG: major pelvic ganglion; CN: cavernous nerve.

Figure 1: Anatomy of the MPG and CN. (<b>a</b>) MPG and CNs were identified dorsolateral to the prostate by blunt dissection. (<b>b</b>) Dissociated CNs were shown by blunt dissection. Scale bars = 5 mm. MPG: major pelvic ganglion; CN: cavernous nerve.