Sexualstörungen beim Mann

  • T. F. Lue

Zusammenfassung

Durch neuere Laboruntersuchungen und klinische Erforschung der Hämodynamik, der Neurophysiologie und Pharmakologie der Peniserektion wurde ein besseres Verstehen der männlichen Sexualstörungen möglich. Die erektile Funktion kann jetzt in der Praxis durch intrakavernöse Injektion vasoaktiver Substanzen beurteilt werden. Durch verbesserte diagnostische Tests lassen sich die verschiedenen Formen der Impotenz unterscheiden. Weitere Behandlungsmethoden befinden sich in der Entwicklungsphase. Die neueste Generation der Penisprothesen ist wesentlich verfeinerter und dauerhafter als frühere. Die kontinuierliche Forschung ermöglicht eine physiologischere Lösung des Problems der Erektionsstörungen.

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