Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997, XVIII, 606 p.
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Andrology is the fastest growing subspecialty in urology and has recently achieved remarkable advances in the understanding of the erectile mechanism and in reproductive medicine. Male Infertility and Sexual Dysfunction presents all the current avenues of treatment with emphasis on multidisciplinary considerations. Chapters are written by select international authorities presenting indepth coverage of their areas of expertise. Each topic will cover the background, anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, classification, and treatment (medical and/or surgical). Part I focuses on the study of male infertility and includes discussions of the basic sciences, office evaluation, laboratory and imaging techniques, and the use of testicular biopsy. This is followed by specialized chapters dealing with immunologic infertility, genital inflammation, reactive oxygen species, medical management, sperm processing and preventive adolescent andrology. Part II reflects a more diverse format in the coverage of sexual dysfunction and includes discussions of androgen insufficiency, nocturnal penile tumescence studies, neurotransmission, penile neurology, premature ejaculation, psychogenic impotence and the latest medical, noninvasive and surgical treatments.
1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Male Reproductive System.- 2 Office Evaluation of the Infertile Man.- 3 Semen Analysis and Other Tests for Male Infertility.- 4 Treating the Sperm: Selection, Stimulation, and Cryopreservation Techniques.- 5 What Every Andrologist Should Know About Female Reproduction.- 6 Leukocytospermia, Oxidative Stress, and Sperm Function.- 7 Imaging the Reproductive Tract.- 8 Immunologic Infertility.- 9 Genetics for the Clinician.- 10 Medical and Endocrine Therapy of the Infertile Male.- 11 Testicular Biopsy and Vasography.- 12 Evaluation and Treatment of Ejaculatory Duct Obstruction in the Infertile Male.- 13 Varicocele.- 14 Penile Vibratory Stimulation and Electroejaculation.- 15 Vasovasostomy.- 16 Obstructive Azoospermia and Vasoepididymostomy.- 17 Micromanipulation of the Male Gamete.- 18 Fertility Issues in the Patient with Testis Cancer.- 19 Infections and Infertility.- 20 Gonadotoxicity.- 21 Cryptorchidism and Infertility.- 22 The Effects of Testicular Torsion on Fertility.- 23 Office Evaluation of the Impotent Man.- 24 Androgen Deficiency.- 25 Premature Ejaculation.- 26 The Normal Penis and Augmentation Surgery in Adult Males.- 27 Color Duplex Doppler Ultrasound: Penile Blood Flow Study.- 28 The Role of the Cavernosal Biopsy and Studies on Penile Innervation.- 29 Priapism.- 30 Vacuum Constriction Devices.- 31 Nitric Oxide and Other Neurotransmitters of the Corpus Cavernosum.- 32 Pharmacotherapy of Erectile Dysfuction.- 33 Oral, Transdermal, and Transurethral Therapies for Erectile Dysfunction.- 34 Psychological Aspects of Erectile Dysfunction.- 35 Peyronie’s Disease and Its Medical Management.- 36 Treatment of Peyronie’s Disease.- 37 Total Phallic Construction and Penile Reconstruction.- 38 Venous Surgery for Impotence.- 39 Arterial Surgery for Erectile Dysfunction: Microvascular Arterial Bypass.- 40 Penile Prosthesis Implantation: Pearls, Pitfalls, and Perils.- 41 The Complex Penile Prosthesis.- 42 Management of Patients with Gender Dysphoria.- 43 Facts and Controversies on the Application of Penile Tumescence and Rigidity: Recording for Erectile Dysfunction.