PSYCHOSEXUAL MEDICINE: AN INTRODUCTION
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Psychosexual Medicine introduces doctors and other health professionals to the psychological aspects of sexual problem and how these interact with physical causes. It is of particular benefit to general practitioners, gynaecologists, urologists and genitourinary physicians who meet patients with sexual problems in the course of their own work and who wish to increase their skills in treating them.
The thoroughly revised and updated text reflects the changes that have occurred in psychosexual medicine during the last decade, including the advent of new treatments for male erectile dysfunction. The scope has been expanded to incorporate contributions from physicians working in a broad range of clinical settings, while retaining a consistent and practical style throughout.
Other important additions to this new edition include chapters on the physical aspects of the sexual response and on disorders of sexual preference and gender identity. The relevance of past history and problems relating to life events are considered. Problems relating to ageing, disability, cultural differences and sexual abuse are also described.
With a new user-friendly design and format, and the introduction of key points, boxed summaries and real case studies, the textbook feel of the book has been considerably enhanced. Recommended by the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine, this new edition will confirm the reputation of this book as the only introductory text in the field and essential reading for anyone wishing to learn more about this expanding subject.
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