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Vasculogenesis and Diabetic Erectile Dysfunction: How Relevant Is Glycemic Control?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a complication of diabetes, condition responsible for causing endothelial dysfunction (EDys) and hampering repair mechanisms. However, scarce information is availableExpand
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Does erectile tissue angioarchitecture modify with aging? An immunohistological and morphometric approach.
Introduction. Erectile dysfunction is a common problem in aged men; however, which vascular cavernosal alterations occur with age progression remain unclarified. Aim. Using cavernosal tissue fromExpand
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Penile corporoplasty with Yachia's technique for Peyronie's disease: Single center experience with 117 patients
Introduction: Peyronie's disease is an acquired penile deformity with a variety of presentations, caused by the formation of fibrous plaques within the tunica albuginea, leading to bio-mechanical andExpand
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Testosterone Deficiency: A Common, Unrecognised Syndrome?
Abstract Context Testosterone deficiency syndrome (TDS) is highly prevalent in ageing men. Associated symptoms may significantly impair quality of life and may affect the function of multiple organExpand
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SARS‐CoV‐2 pandemic and repercussions for male infertility patients: A proposal for the individualized provision of andrological services
The prolonged lockdown of health facilities providing non‐urgent gamete cryopreservation—as currently recommended by many reproductive medicine entities and regulatory authorities due to theExpand
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Disfunção eréctil e obesidade
Erectile dysfunction (ED), defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for a satisfactory sexual performance, is related with physical and psychological issues in men'sExpand
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Are all metabolic syndrome components responsible for penile hemodynamics impairment in patients with erectile dysfunction? The role of body fat mass assessment.
INTRODUCTION Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common disease that is mostly vasculogenic in nature. ED correlates with cardiovascular risk factors, with endothelial dysfunction being the common link.Expand
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Modulation of autotransplanted adrenal gland by endothelin‐1: A morphological and biochemical study
Adrenal gland autotransplantation, a model of cortical tissue regeneration, provides the reconstruction of distinct functional and morphological zonae. A morphological and biochemical study of theExpand
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Comparative ultrastructural study of human corpus cavernosum during ageing
Erectile Dysfunction (ED), the inability to achieve or maintain an erection of sufficient rigidity for completion of sexual act, is a common condition affecting more than 150 million of menExpand
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Predictive factors of a successful testicular biopsy and subsequent clinical pregnancy
Forecast of success with testicular sperm extraction and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) remains unknown, as predictive factors have rarely been studied. We evaluated the association amongExpand
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