cavernosography (kav-er-noh-sog-răfi) n. a radiological examination of the erectile tissue of the penis that entails the infusion of radiopaque contrast material into the corpora cavernosa via a small butterfly needle. Radiographs taken during the infusion give information regarding the veins draining the penis.
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