Erectile Dysfunction, 2nd Edition
Current Investigation and Management
The 2nd Edition of this popular book presents all of today's best knowledge on erectile dysfunction (ED), reflecting all of the recent advances in understanding and treatment. The authors explore all aspects of the field - from anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology through assessment to medical, mechanical and surgical treatment. Four-color figures and tables make this resource exceptionally user-friendly.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Features new chapters on cardiovascular disease and future developments including gene therapy.
- Presents advances in oral therapies.
- Discusses advances in understanding of the physiological mechanisms involved in penile erection, particularly of the central neurophysiological mechanisms.
- Uses easy-to-follow text and full-color illustrations.
- Features key information in boxes for quick reference.
"...the authors have included excellent new colour illustrations and pictures to complement the text throughout the book."
"This book covers one of Urology's key topics. It does so using up to date information and presenting it in an easily readable, organised format. This book would be an asset to any urologist's personal library but should at least be available for reference in any urology department."
"Covers how our approach to the management of erectile dysfunction has been revolutionised with the advent of orally effective agents." Andrew Sinclair, Specialist Registrar in Urology, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Urology News, 2004
"...the text provides a good balance of science and clinical practice in an easily-digestible prose..."
"Overall, there is something for almost every healthcare professional who is interested in the management of the patient with erectile dysfunction. Even seasoned andrologists may find the content a useful refresher course."Dr Michael G Wyllie, BJU International, July 2004
By Ian Eardley, MD, Consultant Urologist, St. James University Hospital, Leeds, UK; and Krishna Sethia, MD, Consultant Urologist, Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Norwich, UK