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Report of the international consensus development conference on female sexual dysfunction: definitions and classifications.
Use of the new female sexual dysfunction diagnostic and classification system based on physiological as well as psychological pathophysiologies, and a personal distress criterion for most diagnostic categories are recommended. Expand
Agreement of Self-Reported and Genital Measures of Sexual Arousal in Men and Women: A Meta-Analysis
This meta-analysis reviews research to quantify the extent of agreement between self-reported and genital measures of sexual arousal, to determine if there is a gender difference in this agreement, and to identify theoretical and methodological moderators of subjective-genital agreement. Expand
Women's sexual and emotional responses to male- and female-produced erotica
The largest contribution to female sexual excitement might result from the processing of stimulus-content and stimulus-meaning and not from peripheral vasocongestive feedback. Expand
Definitions of women's sexual dysfunction reconsidered: Advocating expansion and revision
Based on the review of existing evidence-based research, many modifications to the definitions of women's sexual dysfunctions are recommended and a recommendation is made that all diagnoses be accompanied by descriptors relating to associated contextual factors and to the degree of distress. Expand
Report of the International Consensus Development Conference on Female Sexual Dysfunction: Definitions and Classifications
83 Address correspondence to Rosemary Basson, Echelon Bldg., Vancouver Hospital, 855 W. 12th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., Canada V5Z 1M9. E-mail: sexmed@interchange.ubc.ca Supported by the SexualExpand
Revised definitions of women's sexual dysfunction.
The International Definitions Committee has recommended a number of fundamental changes to the existing definitions of women's sexual disorders based on an alternative model reflecting women's reasons/incentives for sexual activity beyond any initial awareness of sexual desire. Expand
Development of a sexual function questionnaire for clinical trials of female sexual dysfunction.
The results suggest that the SFQ may be a valuable new tool for evaluating and diagnosing subsets of FSD and, ultimately, for evaluating treatments of these disorders. Expand
An evidence-based definition of lifelong premature ejaculation: report of the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) ad hoc committee for the definition of premature ejaculation.
The ISSM definition of lifelong PE represents the first evidence-based definition of PE, and will hopefully lead to the development of new tools and Patient Reported Outcome measures for diagnosing and assessing the efficacy of treatment interventions and encourage ongoing research into the true prevalence of this disorder. Expand
Chronic renal failure and sexual functioning: clinical status versus objectively assessed sexual response.
The prevalence of sexual dysfunction in men on haemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis was not so much due to erectile failure but largely to loss of sexual interest, subjectively ascribed to fatigue. Expand
Women's sexual desire and arousal disorders.
Specific recommendations for the assessment and treatment of women's desire, arousal, and orgasm disorders are forwarded; however, more research into these domains is needed. Expand