ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASES


S.V. Popov

FSBI "Scientific Center of Neurology" RAMS, Laboratory of Neurourology and Urodynamics, Moscow
In neurological patients, erectile dysfunction (ED) develops as a consequence of both central nervous system disorders and psychogenic causes. 10-19% of organic erectile dysfunction has neurogenic nature. Traumatic brain injury, stroke, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis often lead to the development of ED, significantly reducing the quality of life of these patients. Erectile dysfunction in neurological patients is often combined with depression, decreased libido, ejaculation and orgasm disorders. The variety of drugs used for the correction of neurogenic ED allows to individualize the therapy.

About the Autors


S.V. Popov – PhD in Medical Sciences, Senior Researcher at the Laboratory of Neurourology and Urodynamics FSBI SCN RAMS, urologist


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