Samuel L. Elliott

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STUDY DESIGN Experts opinions consensus. OBJECTIVE To develop a common strategy to document remaining autonomic neurologic function following spinal cord injury (SCI). BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE The impact of a specific SCI on a person's neurologic function is generally described through use of the International Standards for the Neurological(More)
The evolution and the adaptive logic (if any) of female mate choice are subjects of lively debate. Whereas most researchers believe that females have evolved to recognize signs of male 'quality' (the ability to provide females or their offspring with direct or indirect genetic or material benefits), there is intriguing evidence that males can evolve to(More)
STUDY DESIGN Secure, web-based survey. OBJECTIVES Obtain information from the spinal cord injured (SCI) population regarding sexual dysfunctions, with the aim of developing new basic science and clinical research and eventual therapies targeting these issues. SETTING Worldwide web. METHODS Individuals 18 years or older living with SCI. Participants(More)
STUDY DESIGN Secure, web-based survey. OBJECTIVES Elicit specific information about sexual function from men with spinal cord injuries (SCI). SETTING World-wide web. METHODS Individuals 18 years or older living with SCI obtained a pass-code to enter a secure website and then answered survey questions. RESULTS The presence of genital sensation was(More)
STUDY DESIGN A systematic review of all sexual health outcome measures reporting psychometric properties for a spinal cord injury (SCI) population. OBJECTIVES To evaluate the psychometric evidence for sexual health outcome measures used in a SCI population in order to (1) determine the clinical relevance of current tools and (2) suggest recommendations(More)
STUDY DESIGN Secure, web-based survey. OBJECTIVES Elicit specific information about sexual function from women with spinal cord injuries (SCI). SETTING World-wide web. METHODS Individuals 18 years or older living with SCI obtained a pass code to enter a secure website and then answered survey questions. RESULTS Bladder and/or bowel incontinence(More)
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