Recommended Reading List
I hope all is well in your corner of the world.
I am someone that believes progress cannot always be measured in inches; sometimes it is measured in time spent developing a greater understanding of a topic.
Towards that end, I thought I would provide for everyone a list of books that I found highly beneficial in developing a more advanced and deeper understanding of the males phallus and the underlying principles of sexual organ growth. Here are some of the books I found to be very beneficial during my 14 years of intensive study:
—-(Medical Radiology _ Diagnostic Imaging) Michele Bertolotto, A.L. Baert-Color Doppler US of the Penis-Springer (2010)
—-(Advances in Biochemistry in Health and Disease 6) David J. Bruce, Peng H. Tan (auth.), Jawahar L. Mehta, Naranjan S. Dhalla (eds.)-Biochemical Basis and Therapeutic Implications of Angiogenesis-Springer
—-(Methods in Enzymology 385) P. Michael Conn-Imaging in Biological Research Part A-Academic Press (2004)
—-(Methods in Molecular Biology 1430) Stewart G. Martin, Peter W. Hewett-Angiogenesis Protocols-Humana Press (2016)
—-(Studies in Mechanobiology, Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials 12) Thomas N. Sato (auth.), Cynthia A. Reinhart-King (eds.)-Mechanical and Chemical Signaling in Angiogenesis-Springer-Verlag Berlin Hei
—-C. Y. Kao (editor), Mary E. Carsten (editor) - Cellular Aspects of Smooth Muscle Function (2005, Cambridge University Press)
—-Higashi, Yukihito_ Murohara, Toyoaki-Therapeutic angiogenesis-Springer (2017)
—-Irina Arnaoutova, Hynda K. Kleinman (auth.), Enrique Zudaire, Frank Cuttitta (eds.)-The Textbook of Angiogenesis and Lymphangiogenesis_ Methods and Applications-Springer Netherlands (2012)
—-(Contemporary Cardiology) Roger J. Laham MD (auth.), Roger J. Laham MD, Donald S. Baim MD (eds.)-Angiogenesis and Direct Myocardial Revascularization-Humana Press (2005)
—-Michael Barany - Biochemistry of Smooth Muscle Contraction (1995)
These titles are from my personal library that I have accumulated over the years. Some of these books are a bit pricey, but they are significantly cheaper than a med school degree haha. Since I could not afford tuition I thought I might at least study in the same manner.
I would also highly recommend studying up on cadaver pictures as they can be an enormous boon to understanding the male sexual anatomy a bit better.
After that, if you have really built up a good bit of knowledge and courage, visit your local butcher’s shop and have them set aside some large blood vessels to play with. Please wear proper lab gear as these can have biological contaminants. That said, just holding a blood vessel in your hands can do enormous things for your understanding of the male phallus.
Lastly, I highly encourage books relating to comparative anatomy in animals. These can have hidden treasures!
Hopefully this list provides a good start for some of the members here that are really looking to take their studies to the next level :)
If this list gets a lot of attention, it might be possible to persuade me to upload some of my personal dissection photos I’ve done over the years.