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CHAPTER 4 NEUROGENIC SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN MEN AND WOMEN

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  title={CHAPTER 4 NEUROGENIC SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN MEN AND WOMEN},
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  year={2001}
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  • Published 2001
  • Medicine
result of multicenter study showing efficacy of sildenafil in men with MS. [16] Palmer J, Kaplan W, Firlit C. Erectile dysfunction in spina bifida is treatable. Lancet 1999;354:125-6. Small group of men with spina bifida successfully treated with sildenafil. References continued ► 

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