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High prevalence of androgen deficiency and abnormal lipid profile in infertile men with non-obstructive azoospermia.
NOA-men are at very high risk of androgen deficiency, which even in young subjects is associated with dyslipidaemia, and medical management of these men should therefore include endocrinological evaluation and follow-up after completion of infertility treatment. Expand
Negative Association between Testosterone Concentration and Inflammatory Markers in Young Men: A Nested Cross-Sectional Study
Subnormal testosterone may already in young age associate to LGSI, which might be a part of the mechanism underlying adverse health outcomes of male hypogonadism. Expand
High prevalence of hypogonadism and associated impaired metabolic and bone mineral status in subfertile men
Investigation of the prevalence of hypogonadism and its association with metabolic and bone parameters in young subfertile men finds low testosterone concentration is associated with risk of osteoporosis and metabolic derangements in those subjects. Expand
Symptoms of sexual dysfunction among men from infertile couples: prevalence and association with testosterone deficiency
This case control study aimed to investigate whether symptoms of sexual dysfunction are more common in males from infertile couples than in the general population and to explore whether symptoms ofExpand
High risk of hypogonadism in young male cancer survivors
The aim of this study was to evaluate the risk of presenting with biochemical signs of hypogonadism in testicular cancer survivors (TCS) and male childhood cancer Survivors (CCS) in relation to the type of treatment given. Expand
Hypogonadism in testicular cancer patients is associated with risk factors of cardiovascular disease and the metabolic syndrome
In conclusion, testicular cancer patients with signs of hypogonadism presented with significantly increased risk of metabolic syndrome and investigation of endocrine and metabolic parameters is warranted in these patients. Expand
Serum miR-155 as a potential biomarker of male fertility.
Association of the inflammatory miRNA miR-155 with male fertility contributes to the understanding of the pathophysiology of subfertility and suggests a novel biomarker of male fertility. Expand
Risk of low bone mineral density in testicular germ cell cancer survivors: association with hypogonadism and treatment modality
TCS with HG are at increased risk of impaired bone health and prevention of osteoporosis should be considered as an important part in future follow up of these men. Expand
Serum microRNAs in male subfertility—biomarkers and a potential pathogenetic link to metabolic syndrome
None of the four miRNAs analyzed was associated both with male subfertility and MetS components, and the ability of miR-155-5p and mi-200c-3p to identify subfertile men was partly overruled by the presence of metabolic disturbances. Expand
22nd European Congress on Obesity (ECO2015), Prague, Czech Republic, May 6-9, 2015: Abstracts
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