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Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction provides an authoritative, comprehensive and clinically-orientated guide to both the background causes and full range of treatment options for patients suffering from impotence and sexually-related dysfunction.
The book is a concise and practical text, enhanced with specially commissioned computer graphics and full color illustrations. It is one of the first titles to comprehensively cover the new developments in treatment of female sexual dysfunction. Throughout, there is a wealth of information on new therapies, and the very latest information on drug treatment.
The book includes innovative treatment algorithms, summary boxes, and patient vignettes, and has been produced to a tight time-frame to ensure a current approach. Features
Feature: Comprehensive . Benefit: The only book to cover both male and female sexual dysfunction. Feature: Up-to-date. Benefit: Covers the new, post-Viagra treatments of impotence, and new, non-oral therapies such as gels, injections and implants. Feature: Practical approach , including patient vignettes and management algorithms. Benefit. To be used in a clinical setting. Feature: International approach . Benefit: Covers treatment of ED from a global perspective. Feature: Written by an expert, multi-discipline team . Benefit: Looks at ED from the viewpoint of the urologist, psychosexual counsellor and impotence expert. Feature: Atttractively illustrated with a state-of-the-art illustration programme. Benefit: Text enhanced with illustrations to explain and summarise difficult concepts. Feature: Liberal use of pedagogy (summary boxes and "learning points"). Benefit: helps provide fast access to answers.
Contents Neuroanatomy and physiology of male sexual response Neuroanatomy and physiology of female sexual response Psychological influences of male and sexual function The ejaculatory response Pathophysiology of male ED Pathophysiology of FSD Androgens in male sexual physiology Diabetes and ED Hypertension and ED Depression and ED/FSD Current oral therapies for male ED and FSD New oral therapies for male ED and FSD New therapies for ejaculation disorders, including rapid ejaculation MUSE and intracavernosal therapies Vacuum devices and penile implants The role of psychotherapy for male and female sexual dysfunction Gene therapy and future developments