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Sexual relationships following brain injury

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Brain injury affects sexual function in wide-ranging ways. It can have either a direct effect on sexual function or an indirect effect by means of the effect of brain injury on motor, sensory, cognitive, behavioural and emotional function. Studies of the nature and prevalence of sexual dysfunction following traumatic brain injury are reviewed. Means to determine the nature of such sexual problems are discussed and appropriate means of intervention outlined. A proactive approach to assessment and intervention is advocated.
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Document Type: Original Article

Publication date: August 1, 2001

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