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  • Approach to the Patient: Erectile Dysfunction A good physician-patient relationship helps to unravel the possible causes of ED, many of which require discussion of personal and sometimes embarrassing topics. For this reason, a primary care provider is often ideally suited to initiate the evaluation. A complete medical and sexual history should be taken in an effort to assess whether the cause of ED is organic, psychogenic, or multifactorial (Fig. 492). Initial questions should focus on the onset of symptoms, the presence and duration of partial erections, and the progression of ED.

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  • Female Sexual Dysfunction: Treatment General An open discussion with the patient is important as couples may need to be educated about normal anatomy and physiologic responses, including role of orgasm in sexual encounters. Physiologic changes associated with aging and/or disease should be explained. Couples may need to be reminded that clitoral stimulation rather than coital intromission may be more beneficial. Behavioral modification and nonpharmacologic therapies should be a first step. Patient and partner counseling may improve communication and relationship strains.

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  • Male Sexual Dysfunction: Treatment Patient Education Patient and partner education is essential in the treatment of ED. In goaldirected therapy, education facilitates understanding of the disease, results of the tests, and selection of treatment. Discussion of treatment options helps to clarify how treatment is best offered and stratify first- and second-line therapies. Patients with high-risk lifestyle issues, such as smoking, alcohol abuse, or recreational drug use, should be counseled on the role these factors play in the development of ED.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'erectile dysfunction – disease-associated mechanisms and novel insights into therapy edited by kenia pedrosa nunes', y tế - sức khoẻ, y học thường thức phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The risk of sudden death from cardiac causes is increased among survivors of acute myocardial infarction with reduced left ventricular systolic function. We assessed the risk and time course of sudden death in high-risk patients after myocardial infarction. methods We studied 14,609 patients with left ventricular dysfunction, heart failure, or both after myocardial infarction to assess the incidence and timing of sudden unexpected death or cardiac arrest with resuscitation in relation to the left ventricular ejection fraction....

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  • Defects in insulin secretion by pancreatic cells and⁄or decreased sensitivity of target tissues to insulin action are the key features of type 2 diabetes. It has been shown that excessive generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) is linked to glucose-induced b-cell dysfunction.

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  • Obesity is associated with a high prevalence of erectile dysfunction; how-ever, the pathophysiological link between obesity and erectile dysfunction remains poorly understood. In this minireview, we have attempted to eval-uate the existing literature pertaining to obesity and erectile dysfunction to determine whether a common pathophysiological link exists.

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  • Part 1 book “Mitochondrial dysfunction caused by drugs and environmental toxicants” has contents: The role of transporters in drug accumulation and mitochondrial toxicity, structure–activity modeling of mitochondrial dysfunction, mitochondrial dysfunction in drug‐induced liver injury, evaluating mitotoxicity as either a single or multi‐mechanistic insult in the context of hepatotoxicity,…. and other contents.

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  • Part 2 book “Mitochondrial dysfunction caused by drugs and environmental toxicants” has contents: Acylcarnitines as translational biomarkers of mitochondrial dysfunction, imaging of mitochondrial toxicity in the kidney, imaging mitochondrial membrane potential and inner membrane permeability,… and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book “Dx/Rx: Sexual dysfunction in men and women” has contents: Physiology of erection, pathophysiology of erectile dysfunction, physical diagnosis and testing, medical therapies for erectile dysfunction, surgical treatments for erectile dysfunction,… and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book “Dx/Rx: Sexual dysfunction in men and women” has contents: Physiology of female sexual function, classification and pathogenesis of female sexual dysfunction, physical diagnosis and testing, medical therapies for female sexual dysfunction,… and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book “Male reproductive dysfunction” has contents: Brief historical preview of reproductive science, basic information on male reproductive anatomy and physiology, endocrinal aspect of male reproductive system, erection, orgasm, and ejaculation,…. and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book “Male reproductive dysfunction” has contents: Semen analysis, other investigations of a case of male infertility, psychological aspect of infertility, role of surgery in male infertility, role of assisted reproduction in male infertility, other causes of male infertility,… and other contents.

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  • Mitochondrial dysfunction has been previously identified in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer disease, Huntington disease, and Parkinson disease.

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  • In clinical practice, renal dysfunction is common and associated with re-hospitalization and reduced survival in patients with heart failure. Objectives: To determine the prevalence, characteristics of renal function in heart failure patients and to investigate the relationship between reduced renal function with the degree of heart failure, left ventricular ejection fraction, serum BNP.

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  • From clinical studies sepsis can be seen as a continuum of severity that begins with an infection, followed in some cases by sepsis, severe sepsis – with organ dysfunction – and septic shock. There has been a substantial increase in the incidence of sepsis during the last decades, and it appears to be rising over time, with an increasing number of deaths occurring despite a decline in overall in-hospital mortality (Bone, 1992).

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  • Improve Your Thinking, Improve Your Life, Can Your Thinking Be Your Problem, A How-to List for Dysfunctional Living, Taking Thinking Seriously, No Intellectual Pain, No Intellectual Gain, The Twenty Five Day Plan,... To help you answer the questions above, you are invited to consult the ebook content "25 days to better thinking and better living".

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "USMLE road map - Genetics" presents the following contents: Mitochondrial dysfunction, congenital changes, congenital changes, genetics and cancer, genetics and common diseases, pharmacogenetics, genetics and medical practice.

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  • The area of treatment of sexual disorders has undergone an enormous expansion during the last few decades. The introduction of pharmacological treatment of these disorders (e.g., sildenafil for erectile dysfunction or antidepressants for paraphilias) rekindled the interest of physicians from different disciplines (psychiatrists, urologists, gynecologists) in sexual dysfunctions. Physicians are finding these disorders amenable to pharmacotherapy

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  • Neurogenic Disorders that affect the sacral spinal cord or the autonomic fibers to the penis preclude nervous system relaxation of penile smooth muscle, thus leading to ED. In patients with spinal cord injury, the degree of ED depends on the completeness and level of the lesion. Patients with incomplete lesions or injuries to the upper part of the spinal cord are more likely to retain erectile capabilities than those with complete lesions or injuries to the lower part.

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