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Sexual Dysfunction

Apr 15, 2001 Issue
Evaluation and Differential Diagnosis of Dyspareunia [Article]

Dyspareunia is genital pain associated with sexual intercourse. Although this condition has historically been defined by psychologic theories, the current treatment approach favors an integrated pain model. Identification of the initiating and promulgating factors is essential to reaching a successf...


Jul 1, 2000 Issue
Female Sexual Dysfunction: Evaluation and Treatment [Article]

Sexual dysfunction includes desire, arousal, orgasmic and sex pain disorders (dyspareunia and vaginismus). Primary care physicians must assume a proactive role in the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders. Long-term medical diseases, minor ailments, medications and psychosocial difficulties, in...


Jan 1, 2000 Issue
Diagnostic Evaluation of Erectile Dysfunction [Article]

Erectile dysfunction, the persistent inability to attain or maintain penile erection sufficient for sexual intercourse, affects millions of men to various degrees. The majority of cases have an organic etiology, most commonly vascular disease that decreases blood flow into the penis. Regardless of t...


Sep 15, 1999 Issue
Newer Pharmacologic Alternatives for Erectile Dysfunction [Article]

With the introduction of effective pharmacologic therapies for erectile dysfunction, more men are seeking treatment. The underlying cause of erectile dysfunction is usually a chronic medical illness or a side effect of certain drugs. Less commonly, the problem is psychogenic. Even after optimal trea...


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