Bicorporeal

Bicorporeal

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Bicorporeal signs are signs of the zodiac said to be “double bodied”: Gemini, Sagittarius, and Pisces. As originally used by Ptolemy, bicorporeal referred to all of the mutable signs, which are the three signs mentioned above plus Virgo.

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The laceration is often unilateral, though bilateral rupture accounts for 2% to 10% of cases.[sup.7] Zargooshi reported 251 penile fractures in which the tear was right-sided in 163 cases, left-sided in 86 and bicorporeal in only 2.[sup.8] Concomitant urethral injury is rare, with reported frequencies in the 9% to 20% range.[sup.3,9] Patients with bilateral corporeal rupture should be assumed to have urethral injury.[sup.9] Srinivas and colleagues reported a unique case with bilateral rupture of the crura of the cavernosa without urethral injury.[sup.10] After this case, our case, to the best of our knowledge, is the second one reporting bilateral corporeal rupture without urethral involvement.
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