Testicular Dysfunction in Systemic Diseases
Systemic illness has major effects on the testis although these have not always been sufficiently recognized. The clinical management of any medical disorder should include careful consideration of the effects of illness and its treatment on male reproductive function (including fertility, androgenic status and sexual function).
KeywordsObstructive Sleep Apnea Androgen Receptor Myotonic Dystrophy Testosterone Replacement Therapy Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism
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