Neurogenic ejaculatory disorders: focus on current and future treatments.

Abstract

Ejaculation is a complex and still poorly understood neurological mechanism, at both spinal and cerebral levels as it is closely associated with orgasm. Physiologically, ejaculation is defined as the expulsion of seminal fluid from the urethral meatus and consists of two phases, namely emission and expulsion. Ejaculation is mediated by a spinal control… (More)

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@article{Calabr2011NeurogenicED, title={Neurogenic ejaculatory disorders: focus on current and future treatments.}, author={Rocco Salvatore Calabr{\`o} and Giovanni Polimeni and Rosella Ciurleo and Carmela Casella and Placido Bramanti}, journal={Recent patents on CNS drug discovery}, year={2011}, volume={6 3}, pages={205-21} }