Psychogenic erection scale

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Psychogenic erection scale
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NINDS
Definition:
Psychogenic erection is erection that occurs solely based on arousal in the brain e.g. through hearing, seeing, feeling or fantasy (erotic thoughts). Psychogenic erection is penile tumescence with resulting increase in size and firmness of the penis that occurs without physical stimulation, which in usual circumstances should be adequate to allow penetration.
Registration Status:
Qualified

Permissible Values:

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Value List
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Value Code Name Code Code System Code Description
Absent Absent Refers to a complete inability to achieve penile tumescence and firmness to psychologic stimulation after the spinal cord lesion
Normal Normal Refers to presence of an ability to achieve and maintain erections in response to psychologic stimulation after spinal cord lesion that is equivalent in quality and duration as prior to spinal cord lesion
Not applicable (Patient female) Not applicable (Patient female)
Reduced/altered Reduced/altered Refers to presence of an ability to achieve erections in response to psychologic stimulation that is partially impaired or altered in quality and/or duration as compared to prior to the spinal cord lesion
Unknown Unknown Refers to reports by individuals that have not been sexually active after the spinal cord lesion thus they do not know if they have changes in psychogenic erection

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Psychogenic erection scale
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Designation:
Pyschogenic Erection
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Definition:
Psychogenic erection is erection that occurs solely based on arousal in the brain e.g. through hearing, seeing, feeling or fantasy (erotic thoughts). Psychogenic erection is penile tumescence with resulting increase in size and firmness of the penis that occurs without physical stimulation, which in usual circumstances should be adequate to allow penetration.
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Alexander MS, Biering-SØrensen F, Elliott S, Kreuter M, SØnksen J. International Spinal Cord Injury Female Sexual and Reproductive Function Basic Data Set. Spinal Cord. 2011 Jul;49(7):787-90. Alexander MS, Biering-SØrensen F, Elliott S, Kreuter M, SØnksen J. International Spinal Cord Injury Male Sexual Function Basic Data Set. Spinal Cord. 2011 Jul;49(7):795-8. Courtois FJ, Charvier KF, Leriche A, Raymond DP. Sexual function in spinal cord injured men. I. Assessing sexual capacity. Paraplegia. 1993;31:771-784. Courtois FJ, Charvier KF, Leriche A, Raymond DP, Eyssette M. Clinical approach to erectile dysfunction in spinal cord injured men. A review of clinical and experimental data. Paraplegia. 1995;33;628-635. Giuliano FA, Rampin O, Benoit G Jardin A. Neural control of penile erection. Uro Clin North Am. 1995;22(4):747-66.

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NLM
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3.1
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NINDS
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C06317
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3
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BRICS Variable Name
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PsychogenicErectionScale
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