Key Features

  • Encompasses the very latest developments in the field, thanks to an especially brief production schedule.
  • Discusses the neuroanatomy and physiology of male and female sexual response, and evaluates the role of factors such as hormones, diabetes, hypertension, and depression in causing sexual dysfunction.
  • Explores new oral therapies for male and female sexual dysfunction · new therapies for ejaculation dis¬orders, including rapid ejaculation · MUSE and intracavernosal therapies · vacuum devices, gels, injections, and penile implants · gene therapy · and future directions in treatment.
  • Presents specially commissioned computer graphics and full-color illustrations that make pathophysiology and treatment principles easy to understand.

Table of Contents

1. Neuroanatomy and physiology of male sexual response

2. Neuroanatomy and physiology of female sexual response

3. Psychological influences of male and female sexual function

4. The ejaculatory response

5. Pathophysiology of male ED

6. Pathophysiology of FSD

7. Androgens in male sexual physiology

8. Diabetes and ED

9. Hypertension and ED

10. Depression and ED/FSD

11. Current oral therapies for male ED and FSD

12. New oral therapies for male ED and FSD

13. New therapies for ejaculation disorders, including rapid ejaculation

14. MUSE and intracavernosal therapies

15. Vacuum devices and penile implants

16. The role of psychotherapy for male and female sexual dysfunction

17. Gene therapy and future developments


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Mosby Ltd.
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