Impotence

How to Overcome It Richard B. Manning. X <± IF YOU ARE (OR SOMEONE l! IMPOTENT 3 1267 00871.

Author: Richard B. Manning

Publisher: Compcare Publications

ISBN: 0933803125

Category: Medical

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IMPOTENCE DIAG MANGMNT MALE ERECT

Alcoholism may induce impotence by several mechanisms: peripheral neuropathy, testicular dysfunction, an effect on the hypothalamopituitary axis as well as impaired hepatic function resulting in increased serum oestrogen levels.

Author: Roger S Kirby

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: UOM:39015022281300

Category: Medical

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A medical text on the diagnosis and management of male erectile dysfunction.

Impotence in the Male

To modern civilization we owe the antithesis: the rake and his polar opposite, the impotent man. The significance of love to the civilized man shows itself in an increased preparedness for love. Countless individuals consume themselves ...

Author: Wilhelm Stekel

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ISBN: UOM:39015052651133

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Impotence

Impotence likewise came to be viewed ambivalently. In the last decades of the nineteenth century the themes of real and metaphorical impotence, along with nervousness and irritability were intertwined by the masters of decadent art.

Author: Angus McLaren

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226500935

Category: Medical

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As anyone who has watched television in recent years can attest, we live in the age of Viagra. From Bob Dole to Mike Ditka to late-night comedians, our culture has been engaged in one long, frank, and very public talk about impotence—and our newfound pharmaceutical solutions. But as Angus McLaren shows us in Impotence, the first cultural history of the subject, the failure of men to rise to the occasion has been a recurrent topic since the dawn of human culture. Drawing on a dazzling range of sources from across centuries, McLaren demonstrates how male sexuality was constructed around the idea of potency, from times past when it was essential for the purpose of siring children, to today, when successful sex is viewed as a component of a healthy emotional life. Along the way, Impotence enlightens and fascinates with tales of sexual failure and its remedies—for example, had Ditka lived in ancient Mesopotamia, he might have recited spells while eating roots and plants rather than pills—and explanations, which over the years have included witchcraft, shell-shock, masturbation, feminism, and the Oedipal complex. McLaren also explores the surprising political and social effects of impotence, from the revolutionary unrest fueled by Louis XVI’s failure to consummate his marriage to the boost given the fledgling American republic by George Washington’s failure to found a dynasty. Each age, McLaren shows, turns impotence to its own purposes, using it to help define what is normal and healthy for men, their relationships, and society. From marraige manuals to metrosexuals, from Renaissance Italy to Hollywood movies, Impotence is a serious but highly entertaining examination of a problem that humanity has simultaneously regarded as life’s greatest tragedy and its greatest joke.

Sexual Impotence

CHAPTER SIX ORGANIC IMPOTENCE IN WOMAN Art . 1. The doctrine before Zacchia . – Art . 2. Organic impotence in the female according to Zacchia . # 1. “ Angustia vulvae " . # 2. Malformation of the clitoris . # 3.

Author: Joseph Bajada

Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop

ISBN: 8876525963

Category: Medical

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Until very recently, the discussion about what really constitutes the impediment of sexual impotence was wide open. Among those who wrote on the subject was Paolo Zacchia (1584 - 1659), an often-quoted pioneer of forensic medicine in Italy. Zacchia's understanding of the canonical copula different substantially from that which was then current among other authors and canonists. While insisting on the necessity of penetration, Zacchia retained that the ejaculation of the verum semen, with its connotation of being elaborated in the testicles, was not indeed necessary. It is true that for many years this opinion was not admitted. In the end if the praxis and the 1977 Decree of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith proved him right, Zacchia had in turn provided incontestable proof that, contrary to all authoritative allegations, Sixtus' Cum frequenter did not really resolve the question in the sense it was claimed to do and that all along there was indeed much reason to doubt the wisdom of the opinion that was actually followed. This study presents the thought and doctrine of Paolo Zacchia on impotentia coeundi, as well as its forensic implications for the validity of marriage.

The Requirement of Perpetuity for the Impediment of Impotence

INTRODUCTION The problem of the “ curability ” of impotence is a perennial one for ecclesiastical judges . It would seem that such a problem , medical in nature , would decrease in inverse ratio to the progress made by medical science ...

Author: Kenneth E. Boccafola

Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop

ISBN: 8876521712

Category: Medical

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The problem of the curability of impotence is a perennial one for ecclesiastical judges. It would seem that such a problem, medical in nature, would decrease in inverse ratio to the progress made by medical science over the years. By relying on the more precise testimony of their medical experts, judges of ecclesiastical courts, one would think, should be able to come to much more exact conclusions about the perpetual or temporary nature of the particular impotent condition in question. Rather quite the contrary has occurred. The problem of curability is even more acute than previously, for modern jurisprudence has seen its connection with questions beyond the boundaries of the impediment of physical impotence. Canon 1068, no. 1, of the Code of Canon Law determines the characteristics which the physical condition of impotence must have to be the diriment impediment of impotence: Impotentia antecedens et perpetua, sive ex parte viri sive ex parte mulieris, sive alteri cognita sive non, sive absoluta sive relative, matrimonium ipso naturae iure dirimit.

Impotence

Diabetes Desai KM , Dembny K , Morgan H , Gingell JC , Prothero D. Neurophysiological investigation of diabetic impotence . Are sacral response studies of value ? Br J Urol 1988 Jan ; 61 ( 1 ) : 68-73 . Ackerman MD , D'Attilio JP ...

Author: Marian E. Beratan

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ISBN: MINN:31951D01224046D

Category: Impotence

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Impotence

Prepared by : Harry Handelsman , D.O. Introduction Impotence has been defined as the inability to attain and maintain an erection sufficient to permit satisfactory intercourse or masturbation , or more commonly defined as consistent ...

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ISBN: UCR:31210008478511

Category: Impotence

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Colonial Impotence

If colonialism was “phallic,” as Mbembe suggests, observing its deployment from the vantage point of Leverville highlights how it could also be “impotent.” According to Angus McLaren, “impotence” has always been a looming threat in the ...

Author: Benoît Henriet

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110652734

Category: History

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In Colonial Impotence, Benoît Henriet studies the violent contradictions of colonial rule from the standpoint of the Leverville concession, Belgian Congo’s largest palm oil exploitation. Leverville was imagined as a benevolent tropical utopia, whose Congolese workers would be "civilized" through a paternalist machinery. However, the concession was marred by inefficiency, endemic corruption and intrinsic brutality. Colonial agents in the field could be seen as impotent, for they were both unable and unwilling to perform as expected. This book offers a new take on the joint experience of colonialism and capitalism in Southwest Congo, and sheds light on their impact on local environments, bodies, societies and cosmogonies.

Impotence and Infertility

Michal V. Kramer R, Popischal J. Femoropudendal bypass, internal iliac thromboendarterectomy and directarterial anastomosis to the cavernous body in the treatment of erectile impotence. Bull Soc Int Chir 1974, 33:341–345.

Author: E. Darracott, Jr. Vaughan

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461311058

Category: Medical

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As urology enters the 21st century, it is appropriate that the Atlas of vena caval surgery are clearly illustrated and are combined with Clinical Urology series captures and explains the major areas of an understanding of the appropriate patient populations for these modern urologic practice using a unique combination of images, procedures. This section also includes the management of benign schematics, tables, and algorithms. It does so in a compelling and malignant adrenal disorders. Michael Marberger has assem fashion, by combining a multilevel approach that includes the indi bled an extremely diverse and important set of noncancerous vidual volumes and the internet. Urology is a specialty of great diseases of the kidney. Nephrolithiasis management is covered breadth, and visual images provide much of the backbone of from medical therapy to endoscopy to incisional surgery. The urologic diagnosis and endoscopy and are key to surgical tech important role that laparoscopy has established in both excisional and reconstructive renal surgery is visually depicted and nique. The increasingly complex diagnostic and treatment paths are best depicted and understood as visual algorithms. explained. The evolution of the techniques illustrated in this The editors of this five-volume series have not only contributed section will likely provide the basis for renal intervention in the their world-renowned expertise to the chapters but have also 21 st century. assembled an outstanding group of individual chapter authors. Bladder diseases cause many patients to seek urologic care.