Aging Men's Health: A Case-based Approach
Thieme, 2005 - 195 páginas
The global population is aging, and this text explores the common health concerns that accompany male aging, particularly the effects of declining testosterone levels, or andropause. Using a case-based approach with supporting evidence, the book examines treatment for the biological an physiological changes that stem from a wide range of age-related problems in men over 50 year old.
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