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Male Reproductive Dysfunction: Pathophysiology and Treatment. Male Sexual Dysfunction: Pathophysiology and Treatment

Male Reproductive Dysfunction: Pathophysiology and Treatment
Male Reproductive Dysfunction: Pathophysiology and Treatment.

(2007; Available from Informa Healthcare separately or as a 2-volume set)

Women's health practitioners frequently find that reproductive and sexual dysfunction in female patients is linked to similar problems in male partners. In order to treat all aspects of the patient, family and social relationships must be considered.

Designed for the busy clinical professional, Male Reproductive Dysfunction: Pathophysiology and Treatment and Male Sexual Dysfunction are two desk references that together provide the most comprehensive coverage of all male reproductive and sexual issues to date. Based on state-of-the-art research, these landmark volumes gather historical, psychosocial, behavioral, medical, and surgical perspectives from 65 international authorities to present an unparalleled summary of normal and abnormal male reproductive and sexual function. Logically ordered, well cross-referenced sections make it easy to locate information in the 89 chapters on the anatomy, pathophysiology, assessment, and treatment of male reproductive and sexual dysfunction. Each text is supplemented with a multitude of original color illustrations, study images, algorithms, and tables.

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