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Functional disorders of the male genital organs

Textbook of Urology pp 517-527 | Cite as

Part of the Encyclopedia of Clinical Medicine book series (EKM)

Summary

Functional disorders of the male genital organs are very common. They are so varied that it is difficult to give an overview of all their varieties. After all, it is easy to distinguish between three major classes:
  1. I.

    Impotentia generandi, the lack of fertility despite the ability to have normal sexual intercourse.

  2. II.

    Impotentia coeundi, the inability to have natural sexual intercourse.

  3. III.

    Symptoms of irritation of the sexual organs, such as priapism, accumulated semen loss, etc.

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This chapter is part of the Springer Book Archives digitization project with publications that have appeared since the publisher's inception in 1842. With this archive, the publisher provides sources for both historical and disciplinary research, each of which must be viewed in a historical context. This chapter is from a book that was published before 1945 and is therefore not advertised by the publisher in its political-ideological orientation typical of the time.

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1924

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