Sexual Function in the Prostate Cancer Patient

  • John P. Mulhall

Part of the Current Clinical Urology book series (CCU)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Raanan Tal, John P. Mulhall
    Pages 1-16
  3. Joshua Modder, Carol A. Podlasek, Kevin T. McVary
    Pages 33-53
  4. Victoria J. Croog, Michael J. Zelefsky
    Pages 55-67
  5. Ofer Yossepowitch, James A. Eastham
    Pages 69-81
  6. Phillipe Paparel, Javier Romero Otero, Bertrand Guillonneau, Karim Touijer
    Pages 83-89
  7. P. William McLaughlin, Gregory Merrick
    Pages 91-109
  8. Alexander Müller, John P. Mulhall
    Pages 139-162
  9. Ricardo Munarriz, Abdul Traish
    Pages 163-175
  10. Andrea Salonia, Alberto Briganti, Andrea Gallina, Francesco Montorsi
    Pages 177-196
  11. Andrew McCullough
    Pages 197-207
  12. Anthony J. Bella, William O. Brant, Tom F. Lue
    Pages 245-256
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 257-263

About this book


Sexual dysfunction presents a major challenge to physicians who take on the task of treating men with prostate cancer. While curing the disease and saving a life is paramount, improving technologies and therapies now offer skilled surgeons and clinical oncologists the opportunity to eradicate the disease without compromising sexual function. In Sexual Function of the Prostate Cancer Patient, John Mulhall and a panel of internationally recognized experts on prostate cancer and sexual function assess in detail the current state of prostate cancer treatment. The authors offer a broad overview of the pathophysiology and treatment of erectile dysfunction in men with prostate cancer, reviewing the latest findings regarding erection-sparing radiation therapy and sexual function outcomes after laparascopic and robotic prostatectomy. Additional chapters discuss intra-operative maneuvers to minimize post-operative erectile dysfunction and pharmacologic penile preservation and rehabilitation. Timely and authoritative, Sexual Function in the Prostate Cancer Patient is a highly readable guide to preserving post-prostate cancer sexual function that no urologist or radiation and medical oncologist should be without.


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  • John P. Mulhall

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