Role of folic acid deficiency as a possible risk factor for erectile dysfunction

@article{Attia2018RoleOF,
  title={Role of folic acid deficiency as a possible risk factor for erectile dysfunction},
  author={A. Attia and M. Amer and N. Mohamed and Ahmed Mahmoud Mohamed Alhabashi},
  journal={The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={73},
  pages={7517-7525}
}
Background: erectile dysfunction (ED) is the persistent inability to attain or maintain an erection. ED affects millions of men worldwide. The pathophysiology of ED includes vasculogenic, neurogenic, hormonal, anatomical, drug-induced and psychogenic causes. Endothelial dysfunction (EDys) is an important pathophysiologic factor underlying vasculogenic erectile dysfunction. The pathogenesis of both EDys and ED are linked through decreased expression and activation of endothelial nitric oxide… Expand

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