The Evaluation of Sexual Disorders: Psychological and Medical Aspects
Psychology Press, 1983 - Health & Fitness - 289 pages
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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THE NEW SEXUAL MEDICINE
THE PSYCHOSEXUAL EVALUATION
Schizophrenic Patient Who Was Successfully Treated for
Anorgasmia Caused by Superficial Consciously
Premature Ejaculation Within a Loving Relationship
References for Section I
THE GYNECOLOGIC EVALUATION
abnormal adrenergic alcohol ambivalence and/or anorgasmia associated behavior blood clinical clinician clitoral complaint conflicts corpora couple's deeper depression diabetes diabetes mellitus differential diagnosis difficulty disease drugs DSM-III dyspareunia effect ejaculatory emotional endocrine erectile erection erotic estrogen evaluation Exam excitement phase experience fantasy feel female orgasm genitals gynecological homosexual hormone impairment impotence inhibition intercourse Kaplan lesions libido lubrication male masturbate muscles nerves neurological neurotic nocturnal penile tumescence normal obsessive organic causes orgasm phase pain panic panic disorder Paraphilias partner pathological patient's sexual patients pelvic penile penis performance anxiety phobias physical examination pituitary premature ejaculation prolactin prostatic psychiatric psychogenic psychological causes psychosexual reflex relationship retarded ejaculation retrograde ejaculation sensitive sex therapy sexual activity sexual avoidance sexual desire sexual disorders sexual dysfunction sexual functioning sexual phobias sexual problems sexual response sexual status sexual symptom specific spinal cord stimulation surgical syndrome testosterone tion treatment tumescence urethra urologic vaginal vaginismus vascular woman women