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13.06.2018 | Invited Commentary

Desynchrony Between Subjective and Genital Sexual Arousal in Women: Theoretically Interesting but Clinically Irrelevant

02.06.2018 | Preclinical and Psychophysiology (F Guarraci and L Marson, Section Editors)

Understanding Sexual Partner Preference: from Biological Diversity to Psychiatric Disorders

Understanding the mechanisms that influence our sexual partner preferences is relevant to biology, psychology, and psychiatry. For example, from a biological point of view, it is important to understand the diversity of adaptive mechanisms that …

25.05.2018 | Male Sexual Dysfunction and Disorders (AW Pastuszak and NK Gupta, Section Editors)

Testosterone Therapy: a Panacea for Sexual Dysfunction in Men?

Testosterone deficiency (TD) is a common condition, particularly in the aging male. Epidemiological data suggest that TD is common worldwide, although the reported incidence varies among studies and countries [ 1 ]. The prevalence in the USA has …

25.05.2018 | Male Sexual Dysfunction and Disorders (AW Pastuszak and NK Gupta, Section Editors)

What Is the Future of Erectile Dysfunction Therapy?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the recurrent and persistent inability to achieve and maintain an erection adequate for satisfactory sexual performance [ 1 , 2 ]. The prevalence of ED in the general population ranges from 30 to 65% in men aged 40 to …

21.05.2018 | Medical Comorbidities (A Goldstein, M Miner and S Parish, Section Editors)

Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM): the Role of Intravaginal DHEA (Prasterone)

Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) is the terminology used to describe a constellation of symptoms that occur from the lack of hormonal influence on the vulva, vagina, and lower urinary tract of postmenopausal women [ 1 ]. GSM was adopted by …

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Current Sexual Health Reports commissions state-of-the art reviews from leading researchers, therapists, and clinicians in the field of sexual medicine. The primary strength of this journal and what makes it unique is its multidisciplinary perspective, which emphasizes a biopsychosocial cultural understanding of sexual health.

International authorities serve as editorial board members and section editors, and articles from some of the world’s leading urologists, sex therapists, endocrinologists, surgeons, and other renowned experts focus on timely and current reviews of the literature. Reviews and commentaries address a wide-ranging list of subjects that encompass male and female sexual disorders/dysfunction; surgical interventions; medical comorbidities; variations in orientation, identity, addiction, and compulsion; preclinical and psychophysiological aspects of sexual medicine; as well as the hottest current controversies in the field.

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