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Animal models of erectile dysfunction.

Gajbhiye SV, Jadhav KS, Marathe PA, Pawar DB - Indian J Urol (2015 Jan-Mar)

Bottom Line: Extensive literature search revealed that the compiled information is limited.We included original research work and certain review articles available in PubMed database.The search terms used were "ED and experimental models," "ED and nervous stimulation," "ED and cavernous nerve stimulation," "ED and central stimulation," "ED and diabetes mellitus," "ED and ageing," "ED and hypercholesteremia," "ED and Peyronie's disease," "radiation induced ED," "telemetric recording," "ED and mating test" and "ED and non-contact erection test."

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Affiliation: Departments of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Seth Gordhandas Sundardas Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

ABSTRACT
Animal models have contributed to a great extent to understanding and advancement in the field of sexual medicine. Many current medical and surgical therapies in sexual medicine have been tried based on these animal models. Extensive literature search revealed that the compiled information is limited. In this review, we describe various experimental models of erectile dysfunction (ED) encompassing their procedures, variables of assessment, advantages and disadvantages. The search strategy consisted of review of PubMed based articles. We included original research work and certain review articles available in PubMed database. The search terms used were "ED and experimental models," "ED and nervous stimulation," "ED and cavernous nerve stimulation," "ED and central stimulation," "ED and diabetes mellitus," "ED and ageing," "ED and hypercholesteremia," "ED and Peyronie's disease," "radiation induced ED," "telemetric recording," "ED and mating test" and "ED and non-contact erection test."

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Mentions: The search strategy consisted of review of Pubmed based articles. The search terms used were “ED and experimental models,” “ED and nervous stimulation,” “ED and cavernous nerve (CN) stimulation,” “ED and central stimulation,” “ED and diabetes mellitus (DM),” “ED and ageing,” “ED and hypercholesteremia,” “ED and Peyronie's disease,” “radiation induced ED,” “telemetric recording,” “ED and mating test” and “ED and non-contact erection test.” We included original research work and certain review articles, which were freely available on PubMed. Figure 1 depicts various models of ED described in this review article.


Animal models of erectile dysfunction.

Gajbhiye SV, Jadhav KS, Marathe PA, Pawar DB - Indian J Urol (2015 Jan-Mar)

Various models of erectile dysfunction
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License
Show All Figures
getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4300565&req=5

Figure 1: Various models of erectile dysfunction
Mentions: The search strategy consisted of review of Pubmed based articles. The search terms used were “ED and experimental models,” “ED and nervous stimulation,” “ED and cavernous nerve (CN) stimulation,” “ED and central stimulation,” “ED and diabetes mellitus (DM),” “ED and ageing,” “ED and hypercholesteremia,” “ED and Peyronie's disease,” “radiation induced ED,” “telemetric recording,” “ED and mating test” and “ED and non-contact erection test.” We included original research work and certain review articles, which were freely available on PubMed. Figure 1 depicts various models of ED described in this review article.

Bottom Line: Extensive literature search revealed that the compiled information is limited.We included original research work and certain review articles available in PubMed database.The search terms used were "ED and experimental models," "ED and nervous stimulation," "ED and cavernous nerve stimulation," "ED and central stimulation," "ED and diabetes mellitus," "ED and ageing," "ED and hypercholesteremia," "ED and Peyronie's disease," "radiation induced ED," "telemetric recording," "ED and mating test" and "ED and non-contact erection test."

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Departments of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Seth Gordhandas Sundardas Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

ABSTRACT
Animal models have contributed to a great extent to understanding and advancement in the field of sexual medicine. Many current medical and surgical therapies in sexual medicine have been tried based on these animal models. Extensive literature search revealed that the compiled information is limited. In this review, we describe various experimental models of erectile dysfunction (ED) encompassing their procedures, variables of assessment, advantages and disadvantages. The search strategy consisted of review of PubMed based articles. We included original research work and certain review articles available in PubMed database. The search terms used were "ED and experimental models," "ED and nervous stimulation," "ED and cavernous nerve stimulation," "ED and central stimulation," "ED and diabetes mellitus," "ED and ageing," "ED and hypercholesteremia," "ED and Peyronie's disease," "radiation induced ED," "telemetric recording," "ED and mating test" and "ED and non-contact erection test."

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus