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Editors: Paul Steven Grant (Specialist Registrar Diabetes & Endocrinology Kings College Hospital, London)
Book Description:
This book seeks to provide a general medical audience with a picture of the current state of play with regards to the evaluation and treatment of patients with erectile dysfunction. The authors aim to cover everything from the primary care approach to addressing the issue, through the important psychological causes and consequences of erectile dysfunction, the new diagnostic techniques involved in assessing the problem, the complex interplay between vascular and neurological disorders, as well as problems relating to hormonal disruption and diabetes. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Table of Contents:
Part One:

1. Introduction;pp. 1-3
(Dr. Paul Grant,Dept. of Endocrinology,Denmark Hill,London,UK))

2. A Primary Care approach to Erectile Dysfunction;pp. 5-9
(Clare Ilsley and Paul Grant,General Practioner,Bexhill-on-Sea,East Sussex,UK and others)

3. Erectile Dysfunction: Causes, Risk Factors And Management;pp. 11-33
(Ju-Ton Hsieh & Dr. Yuh-Chen Kuo,Dept. of Urology,National Taiwan University Hospital and College of Medicine,Tapei and others)

4. Current and Emerging Novel Diagnostic Tools for the Diagnosis of Male Erectile Dysfunction;pp. 35-52
(Eric Chung,Dept. of Erology,Princess Alexandra Hospital,Brisbane,Australia))

5.Diagnostic Imaging In The Evaluation Of Erectile Dysfunction;pp. 53-66
(Hammad Ather, Wasim Memo and Darakhshan Kanwal,Dept. of Surgery and Radiology,Aga Khan University,Karachi,Pakistan))

6. A Critical Review Of Current Animal Models For The Study Of Erectile Dysfunction;pp. 67-83
(Eric Chung,Gerald B.Brock,Princess Alexandra Hospital,Brisbane,Australia and others)

Part Two:

7. Psychological aspects of Erectile Dysfunction;pp. 87-96
(Paul Grant and Dorota Dworakowska,Dept. of Endocrinology,Kings College Hospital,London,UK)

8. Neurogenic Erectile Dysfunction: State of the art!;pp. 97-127
(Rocco Salvatore Calabrò,IRCCS Centro Neurolesi"Bonino-Pulejo".Messina,Italy)

9. The Pituitary Gland And Erectile Dysfunction: Causes, Investigation & Management;pp. 129-143
(Paul Grant and Shamin Ramasamy,Dept. of Endocrinology,Kings College Hospital,London,UK)

10. Diabetes-associated Erectile Dysfunction: the role of penile endothelium;pp. 145-165
(Carla Costa,Dept. of Biochemistry.Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto,Portugal and others)

11. PRIAPISM: Aetiology, Pathophysiology And Treatment;pp. 167-189
(Belinda Morrison,Urologist,Dept. of Surgery,University of the West Indies,Mona,Jamaica))

12. Erectile Dysfunction: a tropical view – A summary of Thai reports;pp. 191-195
(Viroj Wiwanitkit,Hainan Medical University,China))

Part Three:

13. Pharmacological strategies for the therapy of Erectile Dysfunction;pp. 199-234
(Antonio Argiolas and Maria Rosaria Melis,University of Cagliari and Institute of Neuroscience,Monserrato,Italy)

14. Surgery For Veno-Occlusive Erectile Dysfunction: Rationale & Techniques;pp. 235-244
(Kim Joon-Yong,Kim Byung Moo Philip,Kim Si Jin Paul, Philip and Paul Medical Group,Seoul,Republic of Korea)

15. Novel Therapies For Erectile Dysfunction: Beyond Current PDE5 Inhibitors, Intra-Cavernosal Vasoactive Agents And Penile Prosthesis;pp. 245-260
(Eric Chung,Dept. of Urology,Princess Alexandra Hospital,Brisbane,Australia)

16. The Potential use and abuse of Viagra and other PDE-5 inhibitors for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction;pp. 261-277
(Jennifer Hillman and Lacey Lott,Pennsylvania State University,Berks College,Reading,USA)


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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C) 296pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61942-316-9
   Status: AV
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