Analyzing the complex relationship between sexual functioning, psychology, and biology, this guide presents an overview of common sexual dysfunctions and considers the most recent treatment methods
-- covers the main classes of sexual dysfunction and describes each disorder in terms of its clinical presentation, prevalence, and etiological factors
-- offers practical advice on evaluation and intervention, including recent advances in biomedical and pharmacological treatment
-- combines both psychological and pharmacological treatment approaches
Offering an authoritative collection of chapters from clinicians and researchers in the United States, Canada, and Europe, this reference comprehensively covers the latest understanding in the etiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of sexual dysfunction.
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