Research

Research
Populations of American men with obesity, type II diabetes, and hypogonadism display a high degree of overlap. *21.4 million men were considered obese in 2001.[5]†6.9 million men had type II diabetes in 2001.(Mokdad et al., 2003) ‡5 million men are thought to be hypogonadal.

HYPOGONADOTROPHIC HYPOGONADISM IN DIABETES AND OBESITY:A LITERATURE REVIEW

Dr. Muhammad Ayoub Ashraf

PELD (Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy): Prospective Study of 230 Cases, Indications, Patient Satisfaction and Recovery

Dr Faizal M Ikbal

Role of Susceptibility-weighted Imaging in Grading of Gliomas Compared to Perfusion MRI, with Histopathology as the Gold Standard

Praveen Mathew

Prevalence of diabetes and cardio- metabolic risk factors in young men in the United Arab Emirates

Ashraf Alzaabi

Aster Medical Journal
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