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érectile dans le jargon médical, touchent de nombreux hommes, plus fréquemment après l’âge de cinquante ans
cette pathologie peut perturber l’harmonie du couple et affecter la qualité de vie
d’où vient ce trouble, quand faut-il s’inquiéter et quels traitements existent?
les réponses avec le. pr reinier-jacques opsomer, urologue et responsable du centre de pathologie sexuelle masculine (cpsm) des cliniques universitaires saint-luc
professeur opsomer, quelles sont les catégories d’hommes le plus souvent concernées par les troubles de l’érection?
il existe trois catégories de patients:
quel lien existe-t-il entre les facteurs. de risques cardiovasculaires et les troubles de l’érection?
aujourd’hui, on estime que les troubles de l’érection peuvent être un signe avant-coureur, un symptôme “sentinelle” en d’autres mots, de la pathologie cardiovasculaire
cela signifie qu’un certain nombre d’hommes qui consultent pour des troubles de l’érection pourraient développer plus tard des problèmes cardiovasculaires
d’où l’importance de réaliser un bilan cardiovasculaire pour les patients de plus de cinquante ans qui consultent leur médecin pour les troubles de l’érection
certaines maladies neurologiques comme la sclérose en plaques ou la maladie de parkinson. peuvent également induire de la dysfonction érectile
faut-il s’inquiéter en cas de “panne sexuelle”?
les “pannes sexuelles” correspondent à un échec, il s’agit d’un rapport sexuel qui n’arrive pas à son terme parce que l’érection n’a pas été possible ou suffisante
il n’est pas nécessaire de s’inquiéter quand c’est passager, mais de manière répétitive cela peut poser problème
il est à noter que certaines circonstances peuvent être défavorables, par exemple, un rapport sexuel après une soirée bien arrosée
quel mécanisme se cache derrière cette dysfonction?
les causes peuvent être organiques ou mixtes
on parle de cause organique lorsqu’il

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our gaming literacy series we’re taking a look at relics and moments from gaming past
these are the artifacts and events all gamers should know, whether they be glorious highlights or frightening failures
the d-pad is an instantly recognizable piece of gaming culture
we see d-pads on shirts, flags, and logos
mobile games build virtual d-pads into their control interfaces
it seems as if this small piece of cross-shaped plastic has become synonymous with the concept of video games
but where did it come from? who created it? and why is it still being used today?
let’s take a trip back to the early days of gaming, before nintendo even had a console to their name
fresh off the success of some of their first arcade games in the early seventies, nintendo saw potential in bringing these games to your home in small and manageable ways
enter gunpei yokoi, eventual father of the game boy, who was struck by inspiration one day when he saw someone playing with a calculator on a train
yokoi figured he could use the same lcd technology in the calculator to create a miniature game that could kill time and also double as a watch
his idea was further developed into the nintendo game & watch, a series of lcd games that boosted nintendo’s popularity before the nes was even a twinkle in masayuki uemura’s eye
early game & watch titles were primitive
the first, simply named ball, featured a cartoonish man attempting to juggle balls
the player character only had three positions, one to the far left, one in the middle, and one to the far right
each position moves the character’s right and left arms at the same time
to catch a ball on the left side of the player character you had to counter-intuitively move him all the way to the right
you may remember ball from its reinterpretations in games such as warioware
many other game & watch titles had similar reinterpretations, such as fire, which had you catching people who jumped out of a burning building with a trampoline, or chef, which had you flipping pancakes
notice how, in all of these titles, the “mr
game & watch” character was only ever moved left or right
this simple one dimensional movement axis made the game & watch control scheme easy to design
players would have one button on the left, which moved their character left, and one button on the right, which moved their character right
as the game & watch series became more and more popular, two key innovations came about
the first was a more complex movement system
some later game & watch titles from the early eighties, such as manhole and fire attack, allowed the player to move their character not only left and right, but up and down
this was originally an attempt to give the games a sense of depth, allowing the player character to move into the foreground and background
technologically, the player needed an input scheme that allowed them to move along the y-axis, instead of just the x-axis
the input scheme that was eventually adopted was a four button scheme, two on the left and two on the right, arranged in a vertical formation
the buttons would still move your character left and right, but would also move your character up and down at the same time
unfortunately, this control scheme had some limitations
for example, there was no way to move your character up or down without moving them left or right in the first place
the games themselves compensated for this limitation by restricting the number of positions your character could be in
manhole, for example, only allowed your character to be in four positions, up-left, up-right, down-left, and down-right
pressing up-right when your character was in the down-right position would make them move up, simply because there was no further space to move right
despite the limitations of this control scheme, this was how all two dimensional movement was handled in the game & watch series until 1982
the second big innovation allowed nintendo to increase the complexity of their lcd games
lcd games could only ever be as complicated as their liquid crystal display allowed
think about how a lcd calculator works
numbers are formed by lighting up discrete line segments in the digit “8
” those line segments cannot be moved, they can only be lit or un-lit
lcd games worked the same way
every possible state of every possible character, item, or piece of the environment had to be pre-drawn into the screen
these elements could only be lit or un-lit, but never moved
so when your lcd was completely full of characters and objects, your game was complete
  it could not get more complex
nintendo circumvented this limitation by simply adding on a second lcd screen
however, nintendo needed a way to keep this new dual screen setup portable
inspired by pocket mirrors and other portable gadgets, gunpei yokoi settled on a “clamshell” design
one screen would be situated on top of the other, separated by a hinge
spaces were cut out of the top half of the clamshell to allow the unit to close easily without accidentally pressing any buttons
the unit would power off when closed and power on when opened, making operation simple
this design would later be revisited for the nintendo ds and 3ds
oil panic was the very first game & watch game in this “multi-screen” series, but it still only had characters moving on a single axis
the goal was to catch oil leaking from a pipe on the top screen and then deliver it to customers on the bottom screen
while significantly more complex than other game & watch

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