Sexual Medicine in Primary Care
A practical guide to interviewing patients about sexual matters with suggested questions, guidelines for the assessment and treatment of common sexual problems, and guidelines for referral. It incorporates sample questions and case histories for a more clinical focus.
* Includes case histories throughout, guiding you through history-taking and the physical exam. * Contains specific questions to ask when a patient reveals a problem (and special techniques to use with patients who seem reluctant to talk). * Presents up-to-date information on suggested treatments, including Viagra.
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Sex HISTORYTAKING INTERVIEWING AND ASSESSMENT
SEXUAL HISTORYTAKING INTERVIEWING AND ASSESSMENT
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