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Medical conditions associated with an increased prevalence of testosterone defiency

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Conditions associated with an increased prevalence of TD

Medical conditions associated with an increased prevalence of TD:1-5

Andrological and endocrinological

Metabolic diseases

Cardiovascular diseases

Other chronic diseases

Pituitary disease

Delayed puberty

Cryporchidism

Infertility

Varicocele

Obesity

Metabolic syndrome

Type 2 diabetes mellitus

 

 

Hypertension

Atrial fibrillation

Coronary artery disease

Cerebrovascular disease

Chronic heart failure

End-stage renal disease

Cirrhosis Cancer

HIV

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Rheumatoid arthritis

Osteoporosis

Reference:

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  • Dohle GH, Arver S, Bettochi C et al. Guidelines on Male Hypogonadism. European Association of Urology 2017. Available at: http://uroweb.org/guideline/male-hypogonadism/ (Accessed May 2018).
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  • Hassan J, Barkin J. Testosterone deficiency syndrome: benefits, risks and realities associated with testosterone replacement therapy. Can J Urol 2016;23:20-30.

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