Interrelationships among lipoprotein levels, sex hormones, anthropometric parameters, and age in hypogonadal men treated for 1 year with a permeation-enhanced testosterone transdermal system.

@article{Dobs2001InterrelationshipsAL,
  title={Interrelationships among lipoprotein levels, sex hormones, anthropometric parameters, and age in hypogonadal men treated for 1 year with a permeation-enhanced testosterone transdermal system.},
  author={Adrian Dobs and Paul S. Bachorik and Stefan T E Arver and Alfred Wayne Meikle and Steven W. Sanders and Kim e. Caramelli and Norman A. Mazer},
  journal={The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2001},
  volume={86 3},
  pages={1026-33}
}
Serum lipoproteins and cardiovascular risk are affected by endogenous and exogenous sex hormones. As part of a multicenter evaluation of a permeation-enhanced testosterone transdermal system (TTD), the interrelationships among serum lipoproteins, hormone levels, anthropometric parameters, and age were investigated in 29 hypogonadal men. Subjects (aged 21-65 yr) were first studied during prior treatment with im testosterone esters (IM-T), then during an 8-week period of androgen withdrawal… CONTINUE READING

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