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Testosterone Deficiency among Aging Men: A Clinical Update
This educational module, focused on who is at risk for hypogonadism and how it is treated, has been devised with the needs of clinicians and educators in mind.

Clinical Reviews

Juan Carlos Monge
Dr. Juan Carlos Monge spoke about the role of testosterone in the regulation of the cardiovascular system, as well as about the effects of hypogonadism and testosterone replacement on some cardiovascular risk factors.
Juan Carlos Monge
Le Dr Juan Carlos Monge a parlé du rôle de la testostérone dans la régulation du système cardiovasculaire, ainsi que des effets de l’hypogonadisme et du remplacement de la testostérone sur certains facteurs de risque cardiovasculaires.
Jeremy Gilbert
Le Dr Jeremy Gilbert a discuté de la pertinence clinique du lien entre le diabète de type 2/ le syndrome métabolique, et l’hypogonadisme parmi les hommes vieillissants.
Gerald Brock
L’aspect sécurité en ce qui concerne la prostate, est d’une importance clinique chez les hommes qui reçoivent une thérapie de remplacement de l’androgène.
Gerald Brock
In men receiving androgen replacement therapy, the safety aspects regarding the prostate are an area of clinical importance.
Jeremy Gilbert
Dr. Jeremy Gilbert addressed the clinical relevance of the association between type 2 diabetes/the metabolic syndrome and hypogonadism among aging males.
Irwin W. Kuzmarov et al.
Sexual desire and activity continue well into later life, and advanced age alone is not a deterrent to a happy and healthy sex life; however, clinicians should be aware that the normal sexual response of men and women may change with aging.
Irwin W. Kuzmarov et al.
Sexuality and sexual activity do not end when a person reaches a certain age. Sexual desire and activity continue well into later life, and age is not a deterrent to a happy and healthy sex life.
Ali Alzahrani et al.
Urinary incontinence is a common symptom among older adults that is often marginalized and not properly addressed.
Michel Carmel MD, FRCSC
Prostate cancer is the highest in incidence in Canada, ahead of lung and colon cancers. This is largely due to prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening.