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Minerva Medicolegale 2001 December;121(4): 205-16

language: Italian

Permanent female sexual impairment

Vasino V.


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Permanent impairment affecting sexual function, with repercussions on an individual's psychic and physical wellbeing, is defined as sexual damage. Sexual damage is a category of biological impairment. The evaluation of female sexual impairment has changed in line with the social evolution of the concept of female sexuality, now no longer regarded soley in reproductive terms. A brief overview of international and Italian classifications shows that it is particularly complex to apply uniform evaluation criteria for sexual damage on a universal scale. Sexual damage cannot of the individual based on personal data, socio-cultural elements and future prospects.

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