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Evaluation of Erectile Dysfunction

  • Cynthia G. Kreger
  • Jeffrey P. York
Part of the Contemporary Internal Medicine book series (COIM, volume 3)

Abstract

A 68-year-old male was seen in the ambulatory setting at the Ohio State University Hospitals, for general medical evaluation after his primary care provider had retired. He had long-standing Type II diabetes mellitus managed with insulin and an oral agent. He also had moderate systolic hypertension treated with a diuretic and beta blocker. Although he denied any known cardiovascular disease, evaluation of his resting EKG revealed evidence of an inferior myocardial infarction.

Keywords

Erectile Dysfunction Penile Erection Penile Prosthesis Nocturnal Penile Tumescence Intracavernosal Injection 
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  • Cynthia G. Kreger
  • Jeffrey P. York

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