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satyriasis

 [sat″ĭ-ri´ah-sis]
pathologic or exaggerated sexual desire in the male; the corresponding term in the female is nymphomania.

sat·y·ri·a·sis

(sat'i-rī'ă-sis),
Satyromania; excessive sexual excitement and behavior in the male; the counterpart of nymphomania in the female.
Synonym(s): satyrism
[G. satyros, a satyr]

satyriasis

/sat·y·ri·a·sis/ (sat″ĭ-ri´ah-sis) abnormal, excessive, insatiable sexual desire in the male.

satyriasis

[sat′irī′əsis]
Etymology: Gk, satyros, lecherous, osis, condition
excessive, pathological, or uncontrollable sexual desire in the male. The cause may be psychological or organic. Also called satyromania. Compare nymphomania.
The compulsive condition in a male of engaging in recurrent sexual intercourse with different female partners, promiscuously and without falling in love, but not as a paid gigolo, hustler, or call boy. In psychiatry, satyriasis is a term loosely applied to a male with an insatiable sexual appetite

satyriasis

Male hypersexuality. See Don Juan syndrome, Nymphomania, Sexual addiction.

sat·y·ri·a·sis

(sat'ir-ī'ă-sis)
Satyromania; excessive sexual excitement and behavior in the male; the counterpart of nymphomania in the female.
[G. satyros, a satyr]

satyriasis

An almost uncontrollable male craving for sexual intercourse. The male equivalent of NYMPHOMANIA.