Although impotence may be the most widely recognized manifestation of male sexual dysfunction, many other forms of sexual disorders do not involve the erectile mechanism, from deficiencies of desire to disturbances in ejaculatory function to the failure of detumescence. With such a myriad-and often co-existing-number of disorders, the successful treatment of male sexual dysfunction requires not only a thorough understanding of the underlying physiology and pathophysiology, but also the coordinated efforts of multiple specialties, including endocrinology, andrology, urology, radiology, sex therapy, and even sometimes psychiatry, cardiology, or oncology. Male Sexual Dysfunction: Pathophysiology and Treatment presents the collective expertise of more than 60 international authorities in a single landmark text. From foundations in the anatomy of the male genital tract to the latest neuroimaging data, readers will appreciate the comprehensive information detailing the tremendous advances made in the delineation of sexual function and its disorders as well as the expert descriptions of practical and cost-effective medical, surgical, and psychological strategies for the treatment of all forms of male sexual dysfunction.
Table of Contents
PHYSIOLOGY OF MALE SEXUAL FUNCTION. The History of the Penis: Images, Worship, and Practices. Male Sexual Anatomy. Normal Male Sexual Response Cycle. Functional Neuroanatomy of Sexual Arousal. Neuroendocrine Control of Male Erectile Function. Sex Hormones and Male Sexual Behavior. Cardiovascular Response to Sexual Activity in the Male. Psychological and Social Influences on Male Sexual Function. Male Circumcision.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION. Disorders of The Male Sexual Response Cycle. Comparing Male and Female Sexual Function and Dysfunctions. Psychological Factors in Male Sexual Dysfunction. Impact of Systemic Disease on Male Sexual Function. Sexual Dysfunction in Males with Diabetes. Neurological Causes of Male Sexual Dysfunction and Neurological Sequelae of Sexual Activity. Cancer and Sexual Dysfunction. Peyronie's Disease and Trabecular Smooth Muscle Dysfunction. Priapism. Pharmacological Agents Causing Male Sexual Dysfunction. Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy on Male Sexual Function. The Effect of Male Genital Tract Infections and Sexually Transmitted Diseases on Male Sexual Function.
INVESTIGATION OF MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION. Clinical Assessment of the Male Presenting with Sexual Dysfunction. Use of Nocturnal and Daytime Penile Tumescence and Rigidity Monitoring for Evaluation of Male Sexual Dysfunction. Evaluation of Psychological Functioning in Men with Sexual Dysfunction. Investigation of Vascular and Structural Abnormalities of the Penis. Neurological Investigations of Males with Sexual Dysfunction.
TREATMENT OF MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION. Psychological and Behavioral Counseling in the Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction. Couple Therapy for Premature Ejaculation. Systemic Drug Therapy for Male Sexual Dysfunction. Local Drug Therapy for Male Sexual Dysfunction. The Use of Complementary or Alternative Medicine in the Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction. Nonsurgical Devices for the Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction. Surgical Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction. Advances in the Treatment of Peyronie's Disease. Androgen Treatment of Male Hypogonadism. Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Men with Heart Disease. Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction in Patients with Prostate Cancer. Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction in Males with Spinal Cord Injury and Other Neurologic Disabling Diseases. Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction in Male Cancer Survivors. Penile Arterial Reconstruction. Advances in Phallic Reconstruction. Tissue and Molecular Engineering in the Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction. Effect of Sexual Dysfunction and Its Treatment on Quality of Life of Affected Men.