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Publication Title: 
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology

It has been shown that human diploid cells from various donor ages can be arrested in an essentially nonmitotic state by reducing the serum concentration of the incubation medium from 10 to 0.5 percent. Cells incubated at this serum level maintained the population distribution that was present when the cells reached confluency. The population, which has 90 percent of the cells in the G1 phase of the division cycle, was not static and exhibited a low level of mitotic activity with prolonged interdivision times.

Author(s): 
Dell'Orco, R. T.
Publication Title: 
Social Science & Medicine (1982)

The apocalyptic threat of AIDS, combined with recent ethnological developments, is promoting an anthropological "rediscovery of sex." If this rediscovery is to have important and lasting effects on the development of theory, a stock-taking is in order--one which examines anthropology's historical, methodological, and practical relationship to the study of sexual behavior.

Author(s): 
Tuzin, D.
Publication Title: 
Comprehensive Therapy

The heart has been regarded throughout history as the central core of life and emotions, of kindness and generosity, courage and grief. Cardiac disease can be overwhelming for both the patient and for the partner, and fear of death is a common and quite normal response. Sexual activity after convalescence is a valuable incentive for patients to undergo rehabilitation. Self-confidence and satisfaction can be greatly enhanced by affectionate closeness, and prolonged foreplay can be savored at any age.

Author(s): 
Renshaw, D. C.
Karstaedt, A.
Publication Title: 
Comprehensive Therapy

The heart has been regarded throughout history as the central core of life and emotions, of kindness and generosity, courage and grief. Cardiac disease can be overwhelming for both the patient and for the partner, and fear of death is a common and quite normal response. Sexual activity after convalescence is a valuable incentive for patients to undergo rehabilitation. Self-confidence and satisfaction can be greatly enhanced by affectionate closeness, and prolonged foreplay can be savored at any age.

Author(s): 
Renshaw, D. C.
Karstaedt, A.
Publication Title: 
Comprehensive Therapy

The heart has been regarded throughout history as the central core of life and emotions, of kindness and generosity, courage and grief. Cardiac disease can be overwhelming for both the patient and for the partner, and fear of death is a common and quite normal response. Sexual activity after convalescence is a valuable incentive for patients to undergo rehabilitation. Self-confidence and satisfaction can be greatly enhanced by affectionate closeness, and prolonged foreplay can be savored at any age.

Author(s): 
Renshaw, D. C.
Karstaedt, A.
Publication Title: 
Archives of Sexual Behavior

Research on the treatments of premature ejaculation and psychogenic impotence is reviewed. Problems with the existing definitions of these disorders are discussed. The studies are reviewed under seven major headings: depth therapies, behavior therapies, hypnosis, drug therapy, mechanotherapy, reeducative and supportive therapies, and extensive retraining programs. Most of the studies were case reports.

Author(s): 
Kilmann, P. R.
Auerbach, R.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Ethnopharmacology

THE AIM OF THE STUDY: Activation of Rho-kinase 2 (ROCK-II) results in contraction of corpus cavernosum smooth muscle and ROCK-II inhibitors relax corpus cavernosum in vitro and in vivo hence, plant extracts capable of inhibiting ROCK-II enzyme may be useful in management of erectile dysfunction (ED). The aim of the study was to screen selected Indian medicinal plants, having similar ethnopharmacological use for ROCK-II inhibition.

Author(s): 
Goswami, Sumanta Kumar
Pandre, Manoj Kumar
Jamwal, Rohitash
Dethe, Shekhar
Agarwal, Amit
Inamdar, Mohammed Naseeruddin
Publication Title: 
The Journal of Sexual Medicine

INTRODUCTION: Herbs have been used as an aphrodisiac since ages. Cinnamomum cassia is an important ingredient of many Ayurvedic formulations to treat male sexual disorder including erectile dysfunction (ED). AIM: The objective of the present study was to evaluate erectogenic and aphrodisiac activity of methanol extract of C. cassia bark in young male rats. METHODS: Methanol extract of C. cassia was screened in vitro for arginase inhibition potential and IC50 was determined.

Author(s): 
Goswami, Sumanta K.
Inamdar, Mohammed N.
Jamwal, Rohitash
Dethe, Shekhar
Publication Title: 
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy

A 65-year-old man, having undergone a penectomy operation that spared the ejaculatory apparatus and some erotically responsive areas, experienced a spontaneous orgasm, with ejaculation, upon being touched in the perineal area during a massage. Unable to duplicate the experience, he (and later his wife) entered sex therapy, which resulted in his being able to have orgasms during lovemaking. The course of the therapy is described, as are certain issues arising from the therapy.

Author(s): 
Witkin, M. H.
Kaplan, H. S.
Publication Title: 
Voprosy Kurortologii, Fizioterapii, I Lechebnoĭ Fizicheskoĭ Kultury

103 patients with chronic prostatitis complicated by erectile impotence were given combined treatment including shock-wave massage, mud applications, local vacuum magnetotherapy. This combination was found to stimulate copulative function, urodynamics of the lower urinary tracts, to produce an antiinflammatory effect. These benefits allow to recommend the above physical factors for management of chronic prostatitis patients with copulative dysfunction.

Author(s): 
Karpukhin, I. V.
Bogomol'nyĭ, V. A.

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