Standard Practice in Sexual Medicine
November 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
- Written under the auspices of the International Society for Sexual Medicine, (www.issm.info), the leading professional society in sexual medicine and founder of the most influential journal in the field, The Journal of Sexual Medicine, published by Blackwell Publishing
- Comprehensive coverage of the full range of diagnostic and treatment options in all aspects of male and female sexual dysfunctions
- Provides information on recent progress in pharmacologic approaches, including the highly successful drug treatments for ED
- Useful for any part of the patient-clinician consultation, from gathering symptoms to diagnosis to treatment to reports on potential and developing treatments
2. Psychologic and Interpersonal Aspects and their Management.
3. Anatomy and Physiology of Erection.
4. History and Epidemiology of Male Sexual Dysfunction.
5. Etiology and Risk Factors of Erectile Dysfunction.
6. Diagnosis of Erectile Dysfunction.
7. Oral Pharmacotherapy of Erectile Dysfunction.
8. Self-Injection, Trans-Urethral and Topical Therapy in Erectile Dysfunction.
9. Future Aspects of Pharmacotherapy in Erectile Dysfunction.
10. Future Treatment Aspects of Erectile Dysfunction: Gene Therapy and Tissue.
11. Vacuum Constriction Devices.
12. Surgical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction.
Vascular Surgery of the Penis.
Penile Prosthetic Surgery.
13. Hypoactive Sexual Desire in Men.
14. Peyronie's Disease.
Pathophysiology and Medical Management.
Surgical Treatment of Peyronie's Disease.
Pathophysiology and Non-Surgical Management.
Surgical Management of Priapism.
16. Ejaculatory Disorders.
17. Radical Pelvic Surgery-Associated Sexual Dysfunction.
18. Hormones, Metabolism, Aging and Men's Health.
Introduction to Female Sexual Disorders.
19. Anatomy and Physiology of Women's Sexual Function.
20. Classification, Etiology, and Key Issues in Female Sexual Disorders.
21. Sexual Desire Disorders in Women.
22. Sexual Aversion Disorders in Women.
23. Sexual Arousal Disorders in Women.
24. Orgasmic Disorders in Women.
25. Sexual Pain Disorders: Dyspareunia and Vaginismus.
26. Iatrogenic and Post-Traumatic Female Sexual Disorder.
27. Hormonal Therapy after Menopause.
Female Sexual Disorders: Future Trends and Conclusions.
28. Cardiovascular Issues in Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction.
Prof Dr Hartmut Porst is a urologist/andrologist with a special interest in erectile dysfuntion. He is Chairman of the Worldwide Standards Committee for the ISSM (International Society for Sexual Medicine) and serves as an advisor or consultant for Bayer, Pfizer, and Merck Germany. He serves an investigator for Lilly ICOS LLC, Takeda, Abbott, and Merck Germany
Dr. Jacques Buvat has been the director of the Centre d'Etude et de Traitement de la Pathologie de l'Appareil Reproducteur et de la Psychosomatique (CETPARP) in Lille, France since 1974. The center's research focuses on sexual dysfunctions, especially erectile dysfunction, infertility and in vitro fertilization, and endocrinology in gynecology and andrology. At the University of Lille, Dr. Buvat participates in a broad range of teaching activities including andrology, sexology, human reproduction and superior training in general medicine. Dr. Buvat is a member of editorial boards for the International Journal of Impotence Research, Archivio Italiano Nephrologia Andrologia, Andrologie and Gynécologie Obstétrique Fertilité. He is also the chief editor of bulletins for the International Society for Sexual and Impotence Research and the French Société de Médecine de la Reproduction.
- Written under the authority of the International Society of Sexual Medicine, the leading international professional society in the field and sponsor of Blackwell journal, The Journal of Sexual Medicine
- Comprehensive coverage of the full range of treatment options
- Provides information on recent progress in pharmacologic treatments, particularly the highly successful drug treatments for ED
- Useful for any part of the patient-clinician consultation, from gathering symptoms to diagnosis and treatment