Please explain what fibrous plaque looks like on a penis?

Here are some... Fibrous plaque is designated to describe the hardened tissue developed in certain part of the confinement of penile sponge bodies leading to its poor extensibility and penile curvature at erection, i.e., Peyronie's disease. The size, location, & extent of its occurrence widely vary along its course of development, evolution, etc. so leading to wide range of symptoms and curvature. More? Ask...

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Please explain which fibrous plaque looks like on a penis?

Diagnosed by feel. Fibrous plaque, as occurs with Peyronie's disease, can be felt on the upper side of penile shaft. Penis will also tend to curve upwards with erection. Read more...