New Frontiers in Men's Sexual Health: Understanding Erectile Dysfunction and the Revolutionary New Treatments by Kamal A. Hanash
An internationally known physician presents here the most comprehensive medical information regarding normal sexual functioning and the various sexual problems that affect men, most dramatically erectile dysfunction. An up-to-date guide for the layman, Dr. Hanash's perspective provides readers with scientific information to help solve sexual problems for men, improve their sexual performance, and enhance their lovemaking capabilities with innovative and stimulating methods. Providing a feeling of one-to-one conversation with an authority on this subject, this unique book explains the latest and most advanced information regarding the causes, diagnosis, and various treatment options for male sexual dysfunctions. Chapters also include explanations of the emotional effects of erectile dysfunction on afflicted men as well as their partners, which can include depression, low self esteem, anger, and disgrace. Dr. Hanash, who has treated men and women across the United States and around the world dealing with sexual dysfunction, explains this book was born of his own troubling recognition that widespread myths, misinformation, and taboos regarding sex often make sufferers deny any problem, and fail or refuse to discuss it with a partner, or even a physician.
Offering wise and straight talk about dysfunctions and the most effective, safest treatments available to overcome them, Hanash's goal is to help both sexual partners discover their best means to optimal satisfaction and pleasure that is both sensual and sexual.
Kamal A. Hanash, M.D. is a Mayo Clinic graduate in Urology, now Chairman of the Department of Urology at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A board certified Urologist, Dr. Hanash is also a member of the International Advisory board of the Glickman Urological Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. His work has also included roles as Medical Director of the Urology and Impotence Center at McLean, Virginia, and Clinical Professor of Urology at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. The author of four earlier books - three of those on sexual dysfunction - and 13 chapters in medical books, he is an active member of the American College of Surgeons and the American Urological Association.
Table of Contents
NEW FRONTIERS IN SEXUAL HEALTH
ONE: SEXUAL EVOLUTION AND REVOLUTION
TWO: SEX EDUCATION
THREE: MALE ANATOMY
FOUR: RISE AND FALL: THE ERECTILE PROCESS
FIVE: A TRAGEDY OF THE BEDROOM: SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION
SIX: EFFECTS OF SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION ON MEN AND THEIR PARTNERS
SEVEN: PHYSICAL CAUSES OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
EIGHT: PYCHOLOGICAL CAUSES OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
NINE: DIAGNOSIS OF MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION
TEN: CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS
ELEVEN: CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: ORAL AND TOPICAL MEDICATIONS
TWELVE: CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: VACUUM DEVICES, INTRAURETHRAL INSERTS, AND INTRACORPOREAL INJECTIONS
THIRTEEN: SURGICAL TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: PENILE PROSTHESES AND VASCULAR SURGERY
FOURTEEN: TREATMENT OF PSYCHOGENIC ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION