Sex-Related, Non-Natural Deaths Occur Under Various Circumstances
SASSM Meeting Recap
Sex-related, non-natural deaths are "more complex" than natural ones, reports a new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Using autopsy, police, and court records, the authors described the scenarios related to 74 sex-related, non-natural deaths occurring over 25 years in Germany.
Some of the deaths were "autoerotic accidental deaths." Others involved at least one other person.
Learn more about the study, including causes of death, other injuries, and recommendations for sex education, here.
New ISSM Journal Editions Now Online!
The South Asian Society for Sexual Medicine (SASSM) held its 4th Biennial Congress from November 22 – 25, 2019 in the garden city of Bangalore, India. Attended by 672 delegates, it was the first four-day meeting of sexual medicine on the subcontinent.
The program included a pre-congress cadaveric workshop, a psychosexual medicine workshop, a sexual dysfunction clinical management symposium, and male infertility sessions.
The December 2019 editions of the Journal of Sexual Medicine (JSM) and Sexual Medicine are now available online.
The new JSM brings you exeprt opinion pieces, the Surgeon's Corner, and the latest research in desire, oncology, pain, transgender health, and more.
In Sexual Medicine, the ISSM's open-access journal, you'll find review articles, plus research in pharmacotherapy, erectile and ejaculatory function, female sexual health, and other topics.
Click here to see the JSM table of contents and here for Sexual Medicine's list. Full-text access to all ISSM journals is free with your ISSM membership!