Disorders of Sexual Function
Erectile Dysfunction (ED), Age-related Changes
total inability to achieve erection
Blood chemistry, Hormone levels, PSA
Nocturnal penile tumescence and rigidity (NPTR)
to differentiate between psychogenic and organic causes
Cavernosometry and cavernosography
used to evaluate arterial inflow and venous outflow of blood in the penis
vacuum constriction device
seminal fluid discharged from the bladder
usually pschogenic in origin; may be from diabetes
aging changes, decreased libido
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Testosterone injections, Topical patches
relaxes arteries and smooth muscles causing swelling
Injectable Medications brands
Papaverine, Prostaglandin E injection, Alprostadil
Revascularization Procedures, Implantation of Prosthetic Devices
constriction of the foreskin in uncircumcised men so that it cannot be retracted over the glans penis
foreskin tight and constricted, and not able to cover the glans penis
involuntary, sustained, painful erection not associated with sexual arousal; increases risk of subsequent ED
from tumors, infection, or trauma
blood or neurologic disorders
Iced saline enemas, Intravenous ketamin- to induce anesthesia, Spinal anesthesia, Aspiration of blood from corpus with pressure dressings
Interdisciplinary Care Conservative treatments
Iced saline enemas, Intravenous ketamine, Spinal anesthesia, Aspiration of blood from corpus
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