Management of Erectile Dysfunction in Clinical Practice
- An enhanced content strategy for 2008. Kerr, Richard R. // Contemporary Urology;Jan2008, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p7
The article elaborates on the strategy of Advanstar Communications for "Contemporary Urology" and "Urology Times." Starting March 2008, the editorial content of "Urology Times" will be expanded with the inclusion of peer-reviewed clinical articles. On the other hand, the last issue of...
- Monitor PSA closely in testosterone therapy patients. Overmyer, Mac // Urology Times;Jan2008, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p6
The article reports on the results of a study that examined the relationship between testosterone replacement therapy and prostate cancer. The study showed that physicians treating middle-aged hypogonadal men with extrinsic testosterone should be more cautious in monitoring their...
- Antibiotic-treated IPPs show long-term efficacy. Overmyer, Mac // Urology Times;Mar2010, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p10
The article reports on the findings of two studies regarding the post-surgical infection rates of patients with induratio penis plastica (IPP) in the U.S. According to Culley C. Carson, author of the first study, antibiotic-coated penile implants showed long-term efficacy in reducing the risk of...
- Impotence (Book). Gerber, Walter L. // Annals of Internal Medicine;8/1/93, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p254
Reviews the book 'Impotence: Diagnosis and Management of Male Erectile Dysfunction,' edited by R.S. Kirby, Culley C. Carson and G.D. Webster.
- Overcoming Impotence (Book Review). Lieberman, E. James // Library Journal;11/1/1978, Vol. 103 Issue 19, p2247
Reviews the book 'Overcoming Impotence: What Every Husband and Wife Should Know,' by Leo I. Jacobs.
- What to do when he can't...well, you know. Ramsdell, D. // Cosmopolitan;Jan1992, Vol. 212 Issue 1, p96
Gives a man's point-of-view on what it's like to not be able to have an erection. How this happens occasionally to all men; Causes for the condition; Emotional response; Ways that a woman can help a man deal with such a situation.
- Update on impotence: More treatment options than ever before. Schneider, Steven // Executive Health's Good Health Report;Jul92, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p1
Offers an update on impotence, citing the remarkable changes occurring both in understanding and in treating of impotence. Men vulnerable to impotency; The three major categories for the physical causes of impotence: neurologic, vascular and postsurgical; Cases of impotence that have a physical...
- NIH releases consensus statement on impotence. // American Family Physician;7/1/1993, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p147
Excerpts the consensus statement of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on male impotence. Availability information on the complete version of the statement from NIH; Etiology of male sexual dysfunction; Risk factors; Pathophysiology; Diagnostic assessment; Treatments; Information for the...
- Dealing with impotence. // New York;3/30/87, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p50
Ten million American men suffer from impotence. Until recently 90 percent of the cases were felt to be psychological, but now estimates are that almost half have organic causes. Help is available with new diagnostic techniques and treatments.