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Geriatrics. 2007 Sep;62(9):15-8.

Testosterone replacement in elderly men.

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  • 1Tulane Medical School and Louisiana State University Medical School, New Orleans, USA.


Testosterone deficiency is common in aging men and is associated not only with decreased libido and sexual functioning but also with the aging process and quality of life. This article reviews the findings associated with hypoandrogenism and outlines the treatments that are available for men with documented testosterone deficiency.

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