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Psychosexual Medicine: An Introduction 2nd Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0340761427
ISBN-10: 0340761423
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sexual problems, and the techniques and skills that should be adopted when discussing them with patients.


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A. Heather Montford, both at Institute of Psychosexual Medicine.

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