Management of Sexual Dysfunction in Men and Women

An Interdisciplinary Approach
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 5. Juli 2016
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  • XV, 396 Seiten
 
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This book provides a comprehensive, state-of-the art review of the intersection of male and female reproductive and sexual health. The text comprehensively discusses the evaluation and management of physical, genetic, and psychological causes of male and female sexual dysfunction. Discussion of treatment focuses on current medical and surgical psychosexual therapies in both the male and female. The book highlights erectile, ejaculatory, and orgasmic disorders in the male; desire, arousal and orgasmic disorders in the female; and an integrated approach to the couple. Lifestyle modifications through diet and exercise and optimization of anthropomorphic characteristics are also discussed, including a holistic approach to these disorders that goes beyond a focus on the genital system alone.

Sexual Dysfunction in Men and Women: An Interdisciplinary Approach serves as a resource for physicians and researchers interested in sexual medicine seeking a comprehensive overview of the practice and novel research in the field.

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Larry I. Lipshultz, MD, PhD

Professor of Urology

Lester and Sue Smith Chair in Reproductive Medicine

Chief, Division of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery

Scott Department of Urology

Baylor College of Medicine

Houston, TX

Alexander W. Pastuszak, MD, PhD

Center for Reproductive Medicine

Scott Department of Urology

Baylor College of Medicine

Houston, TX

Annamaria Giraldi, MD, PhD

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Clinical Sexology

Sexological Clinic, Psychiatric Center Copenhagen

Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital

Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Copenhagen

Copenhagen, DenmarkAndrew T. Goldstein, MD, FACOG, IF

Director, the Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders

Washington DC, New York NY, Annapolis, MD

Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

The George Washington University School of Medicine

Washington, DC

Michael A. Perelman, MD

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry,

Reproductive Medicine and Urology

Weill Medical College, Cornell University

Co-Director, Human Sexuality Program,

The New York Presbyterian Hospital

New York, N.Y

Preface

Chapter 1

Introduction: Advocating for Transdisciplinary Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction Employing a Biopsychosocial Behavioral and Cultural Approach

Michael A. Perelman, Ph.D.

Chapter 2

Why is Sex Important?

Stephen B. Levine, MD

Chapter 3

The Impact of the Environment on Sexual Health

James M. Dupree, MD, MPH and Gavin M. Langille, MD, FRCSC

Chapter 4

Multicultural Sensitivity in the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction

Kathryn S.K. Hall, Ph.D

Section I. Sexual dysfunction in the Male

Chapter 5

Anatomy and Physiology of Erection, Ejaculation, and Orgasm

F. Andrew Celigoj, MD, R. Matthew Coward, MD, Matthew D. Timberlake, MD, Ryan P. Smith, MD

Chapter 6

Urologic and Clinical Evaluation of the Male with Erectile Dysfunction

Boback M. Berookhim, MD, MBA, Alexander W. Pastuszak, MD, PhD, Natan Bar-Chama, MD, Mohit Khera, MD, MBA

Chapter 7

Urologic/Clinical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction

Nishant Patel, MD and T. Mike Hsieh, MD

Chapter 8

The Impact of Lifestyle Modification on Erectile Dysfunction

Phil Bach, MD and Robert E. Brannigan, MD

Chapter 9

Erectile Dysfunction in the Setting of Prostate Cancer

Mary K. Samplaski, MD and Kirk C. Lo, MD, FRCSC

Commentary by Christian J. Nelson, PhD

Chapter 10
Peyronie's Disease and Other Anatomical Disorders

Shahin T. Chandrasoma, MD and Martin K. Gelbard, MD

Commentary by Christian J. Nelson, PhD

Chapter 11

The Future of Erectile Dysfunction Therapy I - Implementation of Translational Research

Michael Pan, MD and Jason R. Kovac, MD

Chapter 12

The Future of Erectile Dysfunction Therapy II - Novel Pharmacotherapy and Innovative Technology

Brian V. Le, MD and Arthur L. Burnett, MD

Commentary by Michael A. Perelman, PhD and Alexander W. Pastuszak , MD, PhD

Chapter 13

Underlying Principles in Ejaculatory and Orgasmic Function and Dysfunction in the Male

Jason M. Scovell, MD and Michael L. Eisenberg, MD

Commentary by Marcel Waldinger, MD, PhD

Chapter 14

Clinical evaluation and treatment of disorders of ejaculation

Daniel H. Williams, IV MD and Brett A. Johnson MD

Commentary by Daniel N. Watter, EdD

Chapter 15

Evaluation and Treatment of Orgasmic Dysfunction

Christopher Yang, MD, Tariq S. Hakky, MD, Rafael Carrion, MD

Commentary by Daniel N. Watter, EdD

Chapter 16

Hypoactive Sexual Desire in Men

Yonah Krakowsky, Bsc, MD and Ethan D. Grober, MD

Commentary from Eusebio Rubio- Arioles, MD

Chapter 17

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions

Amy Stein, DPT, BCB-PMD

Chapter 18

The Female Sexual Response: Anatomy and Physiology of Sexual Desire, Arousal, and Orgasm in Women

Johannes Bitzer, MD

Chapter 19

Diagnosis of Female Sexual Dysfunction

Richard Balon, MD and Terri L. Woodard, MD

Chapter 20

The Epidemiology and Diagnosis of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. Causes of HSDD: Situational, depression, drugs, chronic illnesses, and hormonal depletion

Sharon J. Parish, MD and Steven R. Hahn, MD, FACP

Chapter 21

Management of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD)

Jill M Krapf MD, John E Buster MD, Andrew T Goldstein MD, FACOG, IF

Commentary by Marianne Brandon PhD

Chapter 22

Diagnosis and Management of Female Sexual Arousal Disorder

Seth D Cohen, MD MPH and Irwin Goldstein, MD

Commentary by Annamaria Giraldi, MD

Chapter 23

Diagnosis and Management of Female Orgasmic Disorder

Seth D Cohen, MD MPH and Irwin Goldstein, MD

Commentary by Annamaria Giraldi, MD

Chapter 24

Vaginismus: When Genito-Pelvic Pain /Penetration Disorder Makes Intercourse Seem Impossible

Samara Perez, PhD(c), Claudia Brown, MSc, PT, Yitzchak M. Binik, PhD

Chapter 25

Diagnosis and Management of Sexual Pain Disorder: Dyspareunia

Jill M. Krapf, MD and Andrew T. Goldstein, MD

Commentary by Caroline Pukall, MD and Emma Dargie, MSc

Chapter 26

New Concepts in the Understanding of Female Sexual Dysfunction

Marita P. McCabe PhD

Chapter 27

Female Sexual Dysfunction and Cancer

Alyssa Dweck MS, MD, FACOG, CST and Michael Krychman MD, CM

Chapter 28

Female Sexual Dysfunction and Premature Menopause with focus on women's wording

Alessandra Graziottin, MD and Monika Ewa Lukasiewicz, MD

Chapter 29

Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility

Elizabeth Grill, PsyD and Glenn L. Schattman, MD

Chapter 30

Female Sexual Dysfunction: Impact of the Life Cycle (Pregnancy, Children and Aging)

William D. Petok, PhD

III. Sexual dysfunction and the couple

Chapter 31

It Takes Two to Tango: Evaluation and Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction in the Couple

Stanley E. Althof, PhD and Rachel Needle, PsyD

Chapter 32

Infertility and Sexual Dysfunction (SD) in the Couple

Elizabeth Grill, PsyD, Rose Khavari, MD, Jonathan Zurawin, MD, Juan Ramon Flores Gonzalez, MD, and Alexander W. Pastuszak, MD, PhD

Chapter 33

Couples Therapy and Counseling

Barry McCarthy, PhD and Lana M. Wald, MA

Chapter 34

The Intersection of Sexually Transmitted Infection and Sexual Disorders in the Couple

William Fisher, PhD

Chapter 35

Epilogue: Cautiously Optimistic For The Future of A Transdisciplinary Sexual

Medicine

Michael A. Perelman, PhD

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