This Third Edition of Men s Health provides a comprehensive and authoritative reference source to urologists, andrologists, family practitioners, and all professionals dealing with the male patient who diagnose and treat males with a variety of health problems, such as prostate cancer, male osteoporosis, and testicular cancer. The new edition been completely reorganized into disease- and problem-based sections, to highlight important topics such as cancer and premature cardiovascular disease. There is also new material on some of the less frequently explored areas of men's health, such as Tourette's Syndrome, depression, and cosmetic surgery.
I: MEN AND CANCER 1. Men and Cancer: Epidemiology 2. Ignorance and Uncertainty regarding Cancer and Cancer Genetics in Men 3. Prostate Cancer 4. Testicular Cancer 5. Bladder Cancer 6. Colorectal Cancer 7. Penile Cancer and Associated Dermatoses 8. Cutaneous Melanoma II: CARDIOVASCULAR RISK REDUCTION IN MEN 9. Coronary Heart Disease in Men 10. Raised Blood Pressure: The Biggest Cause of Premature Death and Disability in Men? 11. Heart Failure 12. Lipids and Lipid-modifying Therapy 13. Erectile Dysfunction, Cardiovascular Risk, and the Primary Care Clinician III: SEXUAL HEALTH AND MEN 14. Risk Factors in Men with Erectile Dysfunction 15. Evaluation and Ttreatment of Male Infertility 16. Effects of Testosterone Replacement Therapy on the Prostate in the Aging Male 17. Novel Approaches to Male Contraception 18. Peyronie's Disease: History and Medical Therapy 19. Hypospadias: Uncovering a Common Problem 20. HIV Infection and AIDS 21. Sexually Transmitted Infections 22. Circumcision 23. Genital Piercing IV: MEN AND CHRONIC CONDITIONS 24. Osteoporosis in Men 25. Overactive Bladder in Men 26. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia 27. Prostatitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain 28. Androgenetic Alopecia 29. Diabetes Mellitus: Focus on Type 2 Diabetes V: MEN AND THE GASTRO-INTESTINAL SYSTEM 30. Esophagitis and Peptic Ulcer Disease VI: MEN AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH 31. Men and Mental Health 32. Trauma in Male Health 33. Men and Suicide: Assessment and Management in a Primary Care Setting 34. Alcohol VII: MEN AND THEIR LIFESTYLE 35. Exercise and Health 36. Obesity and Men's Health 37. Smoking and Lung Cancer 38. Men as Risk Takers 39. Keeping Fit: Avoiding and Diagnosing Chronic Soft-tissue Injuries 40. Men's Body Image VIII: MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS 41. Men and Help Seeking 42. Men's Health in Primary Care: An Emerging Paradigm of Sexual Function and Cardiometabolic Risk 43. The Health of Gay Men 44. Men at Work