By Roger S. Kirby
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Since both family and nurse practitioners are increasingly involved in the care of men suffering from erectile dysfunction, I have included some images of other conditions affecting the external genitalia; such as condylomata acuminata and penile carcinoma. These problems can occasionally surface and cause confusion in an erectile dysfunction clinic or the family practitioner surgery. It has been estimated that overall one in ten men suffers from erectile dysfunction. Although never life-threatening in the usual sense of being fatal, erectile dysfunction may yet have major effects on quality of life by causing considerable loss of selfesteem and often putting important life relationships in jeopardy.
Psychogenic erectile dysfunction typically occurs in younger men, and is variable and often associated with performance anxiety. Increased sympathetic vasoconstrictor tone and raised circulating norepinephrine levels are most probably involved. Psychogenic factors also come into play in other forms of erectile dysfunction, as failure of erection itself induces anxiety, loss of confidence and sometimes relationship difficulties. The conviction that an erection will not develop when required, therefore, becomes a self-fulfilling prophesy.
Visual images convey information more coherently and more effectively than words. With this in mind, I have put together an updated Atlas of Erectile Dysfunction to make available the latest state-of-the-art information as to the causes, diagnosis and treatment options for this highly prevalent and often distressing condition. Since both family and nurse practitioners are increasingly involved in the care of men suffering from erectile dysfunction, I have included some images of other conditions affecting the external genitalia; such as condylomata acuminata and penile carcinoma.