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Late-onset hypogonadism 

Late-onset hypogonadism
Late-onset hypogonadism

Michael Zitzmann

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date: 05 August 2021

LOH is a frequent, but not omnipresent or mandatory, clinical entity in men.

Classical symptoms of hypogonadism are often blurred by co-morbidities in older men.

Older men with LOH may benefit from testosterone substitution mentally as well as physically as well-being, metabolism, bone density, erythropoiesis, and body composition improve....

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