J Salinas Casado

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  • J M Díez Rodríguez, J Salinas Casado, E Fernández del Busto, J Navarro Sebastián, M Mora Durbán, A Mañas Pelillo +1 other
  • 2005
INTRODUCTION Sporadic and hereditary ataxias (HA) represent a group of clinically and genetically heterogeneous syndromes characterized by spinocerebellar degeneration producing a motoneuron coordination disorder. In these diseases urinary and sexual symptoms are commonly associated to the neurological alterations. OBJECTIVE To define the prevalence of(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the neurologic alterations of patients with ejaculatory and orgasmic disorders. METHODS A study of the neuroandrologic profile was performed in eight patients; 6 presented an ejaculation, one premature ejaculation and one presented an orgasm. The neuroandrologic profile consisted in performing selective electromyography of the(More)
OBJECTIVE The present study was conducted to determine the usefulness of the perception and stimulation thresholds of the penile dorsal nerve in the diagnosis of neurogenic impotence. METHODS A study was conducted to determine the neuroandrologic profile in 130 patients. According to the results of the neuroandrologic profile, they were classified as(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the utility of electromyographic study of the bulbocavernosus muscle. METHODS 126 impotent patients were evaluated by physical examination and neuroandrologic profile. The physical examination consisted in an exploration of the anal tone and the bulbocavernosus reflex. The neuroandrologic profile consisted in selective(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the utility of the somatosensorial evoked potentials of the pudental nerve in the diagnosis of neurogenic impotence. METHODS 129 patients with impotence were evaluated by physical examination and neuroandrologic profile. The neuroandrologic profile was assessed by bulbocavernous electromyography, determination of S2-S4 evoked(More)
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