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Physiology and Pharmacology of Ejaculation.
Ejaculation is the final stage of coitus in mammalian male and is mandatory for natural procreation. Two synchronized phases, emission and expulsion, form the ejaculatory response and involveExpand
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Neuroanatomy and Physiology of Ejaculation
Abstract Ejaculation is the final stage of coitus in the mammalian male and results in the expulsion of sperm out of the urethral meatus. Two successive phases, emission and expulsion, can beExpand
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Role of peripheral innervation in p-chloroamphetamine-induced ejaculation in anesthetized rats.
The occurrence of ejaculation, which consists of 2 distinct phases (emission and expulsion), requires a tight coordination of peripheral autonomic and somatic nerves. However, some aspects of theExpand
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Physiology of ejaculation: emphasis on serotonergic control.
Ejaculation is constituted by two distinct phases, emission and expulsion. Orgasm, a feature perhaps unique in humans, is a cerebral process that occurs, in normal conditions, concomitantly toExpand
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Effect of cetirizine, levocetirizine, and dextrocetirizine on histamine‐induced nasal response in healthy adult volunteers
Background: Cetirizine, an effective H1‐receptor antagonist, is a racemate mixture of two enantiomers: levocetirizine (R enantiomer) and dextrocetirizine (S enantiomer).
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Brain oxidation is an initial process in sleep induction
CNS activity is generally coupled to the vigilance state, being primarily active during wakefulness and primarily inactive during deep sleep. During periods of high neuronal activity, a significantExpand
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Brain oxytocin receptors mediate ejaculation elicited by 7‐hydroxy‐2‐(di‐N‐propylamino) tetralin (7‐OH‐DPAT) in anaesthetized rats
The involvement of the neuropeptide oxytocin in the control of male sexual responses is documented although its exact mechanisms of action, and especially the site(s) of action, are not fullyExpand
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Serotonin and premature ejaculation: from physiology to patient management.
INTRODUCTION Premature ejaculation (PE), whose pathophysiology is still not clearly identified, is the most common male sexual dysfunction, yet it remains underdiagnosed and undertreated. The aims ofExpand
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The spinal control of ejaculation revisited: a systematic review and meta-analysis of anejaculation in spinal cord injured patients.
BACKGROUND After spinal cord injury (SCI), most men cannot ejaculate without medical assistance. A major advance in the knowledge of the spinal control of ejaculation has been achieved with theExpand
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Delay of ejaculation induced by SB-277011, a selective dopamine D3 receptor antagonist, in the rat.
INTRODUCTION Dopamine (DA) plays a key role in different aspects of the male sexual response, including sexual motivation and arousal, penile erection, and ejaculation. The modalities of action of DAExpand
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