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The Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Disorders in the Male and Female, Including Sterility and Impotence.

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1938;62(6):1093. doi:10.1001/archinte.1938.00180170193014.
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In this book the author has combined his knowledge gained from many years of study and experience with facts and ideas combed from the extensive literature to produce a work which constitutes a very usable text and reference book on sexual disorders. He has the entire field divided into suitable sections, and each topic is discussed separately so that readers who are interested in only one topic need not refer to other chapters. The bibliography, which is very inclusive and is a distinct part of the work, will be of great value to those especially interested in this subject.

The author brings out the fact very well that although some sexual disorders may be purely neurologic and others may be due purely to a local pathologic condition in the sex organs, many are a combination of the two conditions and treatment of the psychic alone or of the physical factors

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