Lik Sprava. 1995 Jul-Aug; (7-8): 94-7.
[The possibilities and outlook for using computer-assisted diagnosis and microwave resonance therapy in sexological practice]
Computer-aided diagnosis was performed, as recommended by Nakatani, in 117 male subjects with sexual problems; of these, 75 underwent microwave resonance therapy (MRT), with 21 subjects having it as a monomethod of their treatment. MRT was found to be useful in treatment of patients with ineroreceptive and psychogenic forms of sexual dysfunctions. Diagnosis according to Nakatani may be recommended for use as a paraclinical method to control the treatments administered.