Sexual Pharmacology

Hardcover | December 1, 1993

EditorAlan J. Riley, Malcolm Peet, Catherine Wilson

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Written by leading figures in the fields of sexual medicine and psychopharmacology, this book discusses the effects on sexual function of both prescribed and non-prescribed drugs. Set in the context of current understanding of the underlying biochemical and physiological basis of sexuality, itwill be prove valuable for prescribing physicians and pharmacologists in order to avoid unnecessary distress and discomfort for their patients.

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Written by leading figures in the fields of sexual medicine and psychopharmacology, this book discusses the effects on sexual function of both prescribed and non-prescribed drugs. Set in the context of current understanding of the underlying biochemical and physiological basis of sexuality, itwill be prove valuable for prescribing phys...

Malcolm Peet, Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry, University of Sheffield. Catherine Wilson, Professorin Reproductive Physiology, St George's Hospital Medical School, London.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:248 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.1 inPublished:December 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0192622838

ISBN - 13:9780192622839

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Table of Contents

1. C. Wilson: Pharmacological targets for the control of male and female sexual behaviour2. S. Ahlenius: The effect of dopaminergic and serontinergic agents on the lordosis response in female rats3. R.J. Barfield: Animal models of human sexual behaviour4. M.M. Foreman and P.C. Doherty: Experimental approaches for the development of pharmacological therapies for erectile dysfunction5. A.J. Riley and E.J. Riley: Evaluation of drug effects on human sexual function6. J.M. Kellett: The nature of sexual desire and its modification by drugs7. R. Huws: Antihypertensive medication and sexual problems8. M. Peet and J. Gillow: The effect on sexual function of anticonvulsants, antiparkinsonian and other miscellaneous drugs9. T.R.E. Barnes and C.A. Harvey: Psychiatric drugs and sexuality10. R. Huws and G. Sampson: Recretational drugs and sexuality11. A.J. Riley and E.J. Riley: Pharmacotherapy for sexual dysfunction: current status

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`the volume should stand as a good sourcebook for some years to come ... The book makes a serious contribution to an area which is so far relatively under-researched, and should be welcomed as such ... researchers, therapists and libraries would be the weaker for not possessing a copy.'Michael Crowe, Sexual and Marital Therapy, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1995