D. Abdulcadir's research while affiliated with Centro di Riferimento per l'Epidemiologia e la Prevenzione Oncologica in Piemonte and other places

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Every woman and every man has the right to live sexual pleasure therefore sexual education should be scientific and correct. Sexologists should give teen-agers some important advices to let them approach sexuality without anxiety respecting themselves and the partner. The orgasm is a normal physiological function of all male and female human beings...
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The erection of the male and female erectile organs (male and female penis) consists of three phases: a) latent, b) turgid, c) rigid or muscular. Ischiocavernosum muscles (muscles of erection) are much more developed in male than in female. These muscles are innervated by branches of the pudendal nerve, that originates from Onuf’s nucleus located i...
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Every woman and every man has the right to live sexual pleasure therefore sexual education should be scientific and correct. Sexologists should give teen-agers some important advices to let them approach sexuality without anxiety respecting themselves and the partner. The orgasm is a normal physiological function of all male and female human beings...
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Human sexuality depends on a complex interaction of cognitive processes, relational dynamics, and neurophysiological and biochemical mechanisms. Between 2000 and 2005, some researches on sexuality of women with FGM/C were conducted in Florence at the Research Center for Preventing and Curing the Complications of FGM/C. These studies focused the ana...
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Introduction FGM/C violates human rights. FGM/C women's sexuality is not well known and often it is neglected. Physicians caring for women with FGM/C have little understanding of the customs, culture, and tradition, and the roles they play in women's sexual experiences. Sexuality must be considered in the context of the environment in which a woman...
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Female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) violates human rights. FGM/C women's sexuality is not well known and often it is neglected by gynecologists, urologists, and sexologists. In mutilated/cut women, some fundamental structures for orgasm have not been excised. The aim of this report is to describe and analyze the results of four investigations...

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... The microstructural characteristics of peppermint oil nanoemulsion system were investigated by using the laser confocal microscopy Leica Microsystems, Heidelberg GmbH, Germany according to the method previously described by Puppo et al. 12 . SPI presented a green fluorescence was stained by Nile blue dye liquor, while peppermint oil presented a red fluorescence was stained by a liposoluble fluorescent probe of Nile red dye liquor. ...
... The semen is propelled from the prostatic urethra along the penile urethra mainly by the BC muscle, which covers the urethral bulb. It is situated in the anterior region of the perineum, i.e. penile region (Figs. 5 and 6) (Masters and Johnson, 1966;Chiarugi and Bucciante, 1975;Puppo, 2006Puppo, , 2011. ...
... Despite FGM being implicated with sexual complications, the results of the studies on the sexual consequences of FGM are controversial. Some confirmed that the mutilation reduces the women's sexual satisfaction, orgasm frequencies and sexual tendency (11)(12)(13)(14)(15); on the contrary, others didn't find any significant relation between mutilation and sexual intercourse and sexual satisfaction (16)(17)(18)(19). In the meantime, limited studies have been conducted on the effects of FGM on the general quality of life and sexual quality of life. ...