Testosterone replacment

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Median (IQR) patient age in the treatment group was years (-), and initial laboratory results included testosterone ng/dl (-), prostate specific antigen ng/ml (-), hemoglobin gm/dl (-) and hematocrit % (-). Median followup was months, at which time a significant increase in testosterone was observed in the treatment group. A significant increase in prostate specific antigen was observed in the high risk and nonhigh risk treatment groups with no increase in the reference group. Overall 4 and 8 cases of cancer recurrence were observed in treatment and reference groups, respectively.

Testosterone replacment

testosterone replacment


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