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© 2011

Contemporary Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction

A Clinical Guide

  • Kevin T. McVary
Book

Part of the Contemporary Endocrinology book series (COE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Gregory B. Auffenberg, Brian T. Helfand, Kevin T. McVary
    Pages 11-22
  3. Richard A. Carroll
    Pages 23-37
  4. Ray C. Rosen, Varant Kupelian
    Pages 39-49
  5. Lauren N. Byrne, Desiderio Avila, Allen D. Seftel, Mohit Khera, Pankit T. Parikh
    Pages 51-67
  6. Edgardo Becher, Amado Bechara
    Pages 69-80
  7. Hannah H. Alphs, Kevin T. McVary
    Pages 81-91
  8. Erin R. McNamara, Craig F. Donatucci
    Pages 93-106
  9. Herbert J. Wiser, Tobias S. Köhler
    Pages 107-125
  10. Jeff Albaugh, Robert O. Wayment, Tobias S. Köhler
    Pages 127-150
  11. Anthony N. Hoang, Claudio Romero, John C. Hairston
    Pages 151-160
  12. Sergio A. Moreno, Abraham Morgentaler
    Pages 161-177
  13. Fikret Erdemir, Andrew Harbin, Wayne J. G. Hellstrom
    Pages 195-206
  14. James F. Smith, William O. Brant, Tom F. Lue
    Pages 221-236
  15. Peter R. Hinds, Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad
    Pages 237-248
  16. Belinda F. Morrison, Arthur L. Burnett
    Pages 249-266
  17. Robert E. Brannigan
    Pages 267-279

About this book

Introduction

Erectile dysfunction can affect all age groups. Numerous physical and emotional risk factors may contribute to the problem. These risk factors can range from chronic diseases and medications to psychological factors. In the U.S. alone, it has been estimated that 18 to 30 million men suffer from erectile dysfunction. This number has increased significantly as awareness of the disorder has heightened. Researchers and health care professionals now have a better understanding of what causes erectile dysfunction and the effective medications and non-medication treatments used to treat the condition. Comprehensive and state-of-the-art, Contemporary Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction: A Clinical Guide synthesizes the literature and covers all aspects of treating erectile dysfunction and other related male sexual dysfunctions. This invaluable title offers all physicians, residents, and fellows -- and even medical students and other health professionals such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants – an essential reference for enhancing diagnosis and treatment of this debilitating disorder.

Keywords

Ejaculatory Disorders Epidemiology of Erectile Dysfunction Erectile Dysfunction Treatment and the Heart Erectile Dysfuntion Erectile Phsyiology Etiology and Risk Factors Hormonal Therapy in Erectile Dysfuntion Neurogenic Sexual Dysfunction Oral Medication for Erectile Dysfunction Penile Prostheses for Erectile Dysfunction Peyronie's Disease Radical Prostatectomy and Erectile Dysfunction Self-injection and Topical Therapy Vacuum Construction Devices for Erectile Dysfunction

Editors and affiliations

  • Kevin T. McVary
    • 1
  1. 1.Feinberg School of Medicine, Department of UrologyNorthwestern UniversityChicagoUSA

Bibliographic information

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Reviews

From the reviews:

“This book would appeal to anyone who wishes to learn about ED or keep updated on current diagnostic and treatment considerations. Its practical explanations and algorithms make it a quick reference suitable for primary care practitioners, urologists, midlevel practitioners, psychologists, psychiatrists, endocrinologists, researchers, students, and even lay people who want to learn about sexual dysfunction. … This is a well-written, concise book with practical information from experts in the field of sexual medicine. It is an excellent resource for clinicians, researchers, and students … .” (Raymond Mark Bernal, Doody’s Book Reviews, April, 2012)

“An essential reference on erectile dysfunction, written by 39 of the world’s leading experts in the field of andrology, it is also a very well written, interesting and easy book to read. … This valuable book represents an up to date clinical guide on the diagnosis and management of a common urological problem. It would be a very useful study guide for residents and urology trainees, as well as begin an invaluable source of information for anyone involved in treating patients with erectile dysfunction.” (Amr Hawary, Urology News, Vol. 16 (1), November/December, 2011)

“This textbook … provides the reader with the current aspects of physiology, evaluation and treatment of ED. The authors first gave an overview of the physiology of normal erectile function and described animal model for the study of erection and related diseases. … This clear and concise textbook is well-illustrated and contains many tables, decisional trees and pictures. … it will contribute to a better knowledge of ED and help in improving the quality of its management.” (European Urology Today, July/August, 2011)

“This interesting book covers not only basal physiological mechanism of normal erectile functions, but predominantly several aspects of erectile dysfunction including psychological aspects, epidemiological aspects related to cardiovascular risk factors, depressed mood, aging related to other health risks and possibly also to ethnicity. … A total of 39 US experts from various universities joined their knowledge to compile this valuable book which ‘represents the current state-of-the-art in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of this important global problem’ … .” (Endocrine Regulations, June, 2011)

“This is an all-encompassing reference on the etiology, physiology, evaluation, and treatment of patients with erectile dysfunction. … It is intended for trainees, physicians, and healthcare workers who are involved in the treatment of patients with erectile dysfunction and are searching for a comprehensive book. … This is an excellent resource of current topics in erectile dysfunction. It combines a unique balance of expert opinion reinforced with the published literature. Providers who treat patients with erectile dysfunction will find this an excellent reference.” (Paul R. Gittens, Doody’s Book Reviews, January, 2011)