The Evaluation of Sexual Disorders: Psychological and Medical Aspects

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Psychology Press, 1983 - Health & Fitness - 289 pages
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This volume enables clinicians to distinguish between psychological and medical causes, to interview clients in a way that will uncover subtle medical aspects or relationship difficulties, and formulate a precise, effective treatment program.
  

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Contents

THE NEW SEXUAL MEDICINE
3
THE PSYCHOSEXUAL EVALUATION
13
Schizophrenic Patient Who Was Successfully Treated for
32
Anorgasmia Caused by Superficial Consciously
46
Premature Ejaculation Within a Loving Relationship
61
THE METHOD
74
References for Section I
111
THE GYNECOLOGIC EVALUATION
117
THE GYNECOLOGIC EVALUATION
128
THE UROLOGIC EVALUATION OF EJACULATORY DISORDERS
139
THE UROLOGIC EVALUATION OF MALE DYSPAREUNIA
150
THE MEDICAL EVALUATION OF DISORDERS OF SEXUAL DESIRE
183
THE COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION
197
References for Section HI
273
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Kaplan was a pioneer in sex therapy and made major enduring contributions to the field until her death in 1995. She founded the Human Sexuality Program at the Payne Whitney Clinic of New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center-the first such program in an American medical school.

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