Современные представления об аноргазмии у женщин

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Ягубов М.И., Айриянц И.Р. Современные представления об аноргазмии у женщин // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2018. №6. С. 43-52.

Аннотация

В научном обзоре с целью обобщения современных взглядов на этиологию и патогенез аноргазмии у женщин, новые методы исследования и терапии подобных расстройств рассмотрены данные об особенностях женского оргазма, причинах его нарушения, современные подходы обследования, диагностики и дифференциальной диагностики оргастической дисфункции. Это позволит по-новому взглянуть на природу женской эрогенной реактивности и оргастичности, выработать новые направления в терапии и прогнозировать их результаты. Было изучено более 80 источников, из которых в обзор включено 42.

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