Erectile Dysfunction

Evaluation of the informative value of diagnostic methods in determining the etiology of ED

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Diagnostic ED: A large number of research papers on the physiology of erection and the pathophysiology of erectile dysfunction have been published, which have revealed the problem of studying the informativeness of diagnostic methods aimed at identifying the etiology of ED. Currently, due to the wide choice of laboratory and instrumental diagnostic methods, the question […]

Erectile Dysfunction

Signs of impotence. Prevention and diagnosis of the disease

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Modern medicine uses a term such as “erectile dysfunction” (ED) to refer to disorders associated with the partial or complete loss of a man’s ability to perform sexual intercourse (signs of impotence). Previously, this sexual impotence was called “impotence”, it was usually attributed to the natural age-related (along with this psychological and physiological) changes in […]

Erectile Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction and social adaptation

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Sexual dysfunction: The concept of “violation of sexual function” traditionally includes a whole range of problems: these are violations of sexual desire, sexual arousal and orgasm, as well as pain during sexual intercourse caused by both medical and psychological problems of a person. Usually, even one of these problems leads to the inability or unwillingness […]