9 edition of Transsexualism and sex reassignment found in the catalog.
Based on ten years of experience with over 400 transsexuals at a major teaching hospital in Melbourne, this book describes factors determining gender identity and explains how and why transsexualism may develop. The contributors examine the experience from every angle, discussing its medical, ethical, legal, social, and personal aspects, providing a benchmark in the the understanding and management of the transsexual experience.
|Statement||William A.W. Walters (editor), Michael W. Ross (editor)|
|Contributions||Walters, William A. W., Ross, Michael W., 1952-, Marie Mehl|
|LC Classifications||RC560.C4 T73 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||86205602|
The treatment for transsexualism is sex reassignment, including hormonal treatment and surgery aimed at making the person's body as congruent with the opposite sex as possible. There is a dearth of long term, follow-up studies after sex reassignment. Sex reassignment surgery has been taught in Chulalongkorn University Hospital since (At present, it is the only medical school in Thailand that has sex reassignment surgery systematically taught and with good results). There have been many versions of development of the surgical techniques to gain better and better results.
A study of Swedes estimated an incidence of transsexualism of per , inhabitants per year, and a sex ratio (male:female) of for those trans men and trans women requesting sex reassignment surgery and a ratio of for those who proceeded. Brimming with frank and often poignant recollections of Green’s own experiences—including his childhood struggles with identity and his years as a lesbian parent prior to his sex-reassignment surgery—the book examines transsexualism as a human condition, and sex reassignment as one of the choices that some people feel compelled to make in.
In , Benjamin’s book, The Transsexual Phenomenon, raised awareness of the potential benefits of sex reassignment surgery, 23 and, in , The Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (now known as WPATH) was formed to further research in the subject and knowledge exchange among physicians and other physical and mental health care providers. Factors predictive of regret in sex reassignment. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 97 (4): –9. ↑ Baranyi, A, Piber, D, Rothenhäusler, HB. (). Male-to-female transsexualism. Sex reassignment surgery from a biopsychosocial perspective. Wien Med Wochenschr. (21–22): – ↑ Lawrence MD, A. A. (Aug ). Factors associated with.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $ 6 Used Format: Hardcover. Published in based on numerous cases and experiences of the authors in the major Australian gender reassignment center. Outdated in many ways as it is now nearly 30 years old, it interestingly provides the experiences of a non-US team whose findings are in some ways different from the US and European experiences in transsexualism/5(2).
Oxford University Press, - Sex change.- pages 0Reviews Based on ten years of experience with over transsexuals at a major teaching hospital in Melbourne, this book describes factors. Johns Hopkins Press, - Sex change - pages 0 Reviews Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment had its origins in the advisory board meetings of the Henry Benjamin Foundation.
Abstract: Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment had its origins in the advisory board meetings of the Henry Benjamin Foundation. Summary: This book provides a general overview of transsexualism and its management, avoiding technical jargon, and covering not only medical, but also ethical, legal, and social aspects.
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Transsexualism and sex reassignment. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. MLA Citation. Ross, Michael W. and Walters, William A.
Transsexualism and sex reassignment / edited by William A.W. Walters, Michael W. Ross Oxford University Press Melbourne Australian/Harvard Citation. Transsexualism is considered to be the extreme end of the spectrum of gender identity disorders characterized by, among other things, a pursuit of sex reassignment surgery (SRS).
The origins of Author: Heather Draper. plinary treatment textbook, Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment, and pub- lished two early and important scholarly works in the ﬁeld of GIDC research (Green & Money,). Transsexualism and gender reassignment.
Snaith RP(1), Hohberger AD. Author information: (1)Academic Unit of Psychiatry, St James's University Hospital, University of Leeds. Gender reassignment for carefully assessed transsexual patients is now an established and accepted practice in many parts of the world.
Submit a book or article; Upload a bibliography; Personal pages we track; Archives we track; Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment. Draper. Journal of Medical Ethics 14 (1) () Philosophy of Sexual Orientation in Philosophy of Gender, Race, and Sexuality.
Transgender Issues in Philosophy of Gender, Race, and Sexuality. Green, R. () ‘Attitudes towards Transsexualism and Sex-Reassignment Procedures’, pp. – in R. Green and J.
Money (eds) Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. Google Scholar. Get Books. Transsexualism Transsexualism by Sics Editore, Transsexualism Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.
Download Transsexualism books, Transsexualism refers to the most extreme form of incongruity between an individual's gender identity and anatomic sex. Inthe diagnosis of transsexualism was replaced with ”gender identity. The decision to pursue sex reassignment surgery often raises important social problems for patients.
Many of these patients are married and have children. A parent or spouse who changes sex and gender role will likely have substantial adjustment issues in intimate relationships and may lose loved ones in .Transsexualism and sex reassignment. Richard Green and John Money, editors Johns Hopkins Press Baltimore.
Wikipedia Citation. Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that Book, Author: Green, Richard, Description: Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press  xxii, p. illus. 24 cm. ISBN. The paper, "Sex Reassignment at Birth: Long Term Review and Clinical Implications" by Milton Diamond & H.
Keith Sigmundson, was finally published in in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. There was a firestorm of reaction in the media and the research community to its astonishing news. that sex-reassignment is only ethical if transsexuality is a genuine sex/gender disorder.
In which case, the sufferer must be perceived as one who has, through no fault ofhis/her own, been 'trapped' within an unsuitable body, undergone a series of potentially dangerous, painful, therapeutic operations and has been rendered infertile as aresult.
Fifteen years ago the author reviewed the world literature on male transsexualism (Pauly, ). Subsequently he summarized the results of sex reassignment surgery for male and female transsexuals (Pauly, ), and reviewed the literature on female transsexualism (Pauly, ).
In Green and Fleming concluded that sex reassignment surgery (SRS) is an effective treatment for transsexuality because it reduced gender dysphoria drastically.
Sincemany new outcome studies have been published, raising the question as to whether the conclusion of Green and Fleming still holds. This book, edited by an obstetrician-gynecologist and a psychiatrist, is an interesting introduction to transsexualism.
The editors and 17 contributors all are Australian and represent a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of the problem. The writers are clearly in favor of surgical gender reassignment for carefully selected patients.Transsexualism and sex reassignment.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, Mate-Kole, C, Freschi, M, Robin, A. A controlled study of psychological and social change after surgical gender reassignment in selected male transsexuals.Lundstrom B, Pauly I, Walinder J. Outcome of sex reassignment surgery.
Acta Psychiatr Scand ;70(4) Kuiper B, Cohen-Kettenis P. Sex reassignment surgery: a study of Dutch transsexuals. Arch Sex Behav ;17(5) Green R, Fleming D.
Transsexual surgery followup: status in the s. Ann Rev Sex Res ;