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Female Sexual Pain Disorders

Evaluation and Management

Goldstein, Andrew T. / Pukall, Caroline F. / Goldstein, Irwin (Herausgeber)

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2. Auflage November 2020
464 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-48266-6
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A comprehensive reference for the diagnosis and treatment of female sexual pain disorders

Female Sexual Pain Disorders: Evaluation and Management, 2nd Edition compiles the most cutting-edge and modern research on sexual pain disorders in women into a single reference. It is the first book of its kind devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of sexual pain in women and is now fully updated in a second edition. The book includes diagnostic tools to differentiate among different forms of dyspareunia, discussions of potential causes of sexual pain, and current knowledge in multi-disciplinary treatments for dyspareunia.

Focused on providing practical guidance to the working practitioner, this book includes information to:
* Help evaluate and distinguish the causes of sexual pain in women
* Assist in the differentiation of the many forms of sexual pain
* Implement multi-disciplinary treatments

Female Sexual Pain Disorders is perfect for any healthcare worker who is involved in treating women's sexual health, including gynecologists, urologists, internists, family practitioners, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, midwives, psychologists, and sex therapists.

1. Nosology of pelvic pain and vulvodynia

2. The Prevalence and Relevance of Vulvodynia

3. Chapter 3: Pathophysiology of Pain: Peripheral and Central

4. Chapter 4---The role of inflammation in vulvodynia--

5. Neuroproliferative processes in vulvodynia

6. Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction and Structural Processes in Vulvodynia

7. Chapter 7: Hormonal causes of dyspareunia

8. Chapter 8: GENETIC FACTORS IN VULVODYNIA

9. Chapter 9- Central Factors in Vulvodynia

10. Comorbidities of Vulvodynia

11. Psychosocial Factors in Vulvodynia

12. Pain assessment in vulvodynia: Self-report measures

13. Pain assessment in vulvodynia: Objective measures

14. Chapter 14: An Overview of the Evaluation of Dyspareunia, Vulvovaginal Pain, and Pelvic Pain

15. Vulvoscopic Evaluation of Vulvodynia

16. Chapter 16: Pelvic Floor Assessment of Vulvodynia

17. Psychosocial Assessment of Vulvodynia

18. Neurologic Assessment in Genito-Pelvic Pain

19. DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT ALGORITHM FOR WOMEN WITH VULVODYNIA AND SEXUAL PAIN DISORDERS.

20. Medical treatment of inflammatory associated provoked vestibulodynia" (IPVD)

21. TREATMENT OF NEUROPROLIFERATIVE-ASSOCIATED PROVOKED VESTIBULODYNIA WITH TOPICAL MEDICATIONS

22. Hormonal Factors in Women's Sexual Pain Disorders

23. Physical Therapy Treatment of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

24. Treatment Of Vulvodynia With Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxants/Injections

25. Psychosocial Treatments for Vulvodynia

26. Complementary and integrative health approaches for the treatment of vulvodynia

27. Vulvar Vestibulectomy

28. VULVOVAGINITIS

29. Chapter 29: Vulvar Dermatoses As a Cause of Dyspareunia

30. Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause: The Role of Estrogens and Androgens

31. Chapter 31: Female Genital Cutting

32. Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome

33. CHAPTER 33: The Basic Science of Endometriosis

34. Chapter 34: Endometriosis: treatment

35. Chronic Pelvic Pain

36. Chapter 36: Postpartum Genito-pelvic Pain

37. Chapter 37: Pudendal Neuralgia

38. Chapter 38: Cancer and Genitopelvic Pain

39. Chapter 39: Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Female Sexual Dysfunction

40. Inability to Experience Penetrative Vaginal Intercourse: Evaluation and management

41. Chronic Clitoral Pain and Clitorodynia

42. Generalized unprovoked vulvodynia

43. Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder

44. Fibromyalgia and Female Sexual Pain Disorders

45. Animal Models of Genitopelvic Pain

46. Chapter 46: Patient advocacy for Vulvodynia

47. Chapter 47: Practical Aspects of Establishing a Vulvovaginal Pain Center

48. Chapter 48: Editors' Wish list
The Editors

Andrew T. Goldstein is Director of the Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders and a Clinical Professor at George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, USA.

Caroline F. Pukall is Professor and Director of the Sex and Relationship Therapy Service, Department of Psychology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Irwin Goldstein is Director of Sexual Medicine at Alvarado Hospital, Director of San Diego Sexual Medicine, and Clinical Professor of Surgery at University of California San Diego, CA, USA.