Summary of the recommendations on sexual dysfunctions in men.

  title={Summary of the recommendations on sexual dysfunctions in men.},
  author={Francesco Montorsi and Ganesan P Adaikan and Edgardo F. Becher and François A Giuliano and S. S. Khoury and Tom F Lue and Ira D. Sharlip and Stanley E. Althof and Karl Eric Andersson and Gerald B. Brock and Gregory Broderick and Arthur L. Burnett and Jacques Buvat and John D. Dean and Craig F. Donatucci and Ian Eardley and Kerstin S. Fugl-Meyer and Irwin Goldstein* and Geoffrey I. Hackett and Dimitris Hatzichristou and Wayne J G Hellstrom and Luca Incrocci and Graham Frcp Jackson and Ateş Kadıoğlu and Laurence A. Levine and Ronald William Lewis and Mario Maggi and Marita P. McCabe and C. G. Mcmahon and Drogo K. Montague and Piero Montorsi and John P. Mulhall and James G Pfaus and Hartmut Porst and David J Ralph and Raymond C. Rosen and David L. Rowland and Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad and Ridwan Shabsigh and Christian G. Stief and Yoram Vardi and Kim Wallen and Marlene Wasserman},
  journal={The journal of sexual medicine},
  volume={7 11},
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