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    At this point, we are going to start with an x-ray with potential need for an MRI. Consideration for orthopedics and physical therapy. I will review results of the x-ray with him when they are available. He knows to contact me if he does not hear from me in a timely manner. Coccydynia. Previously had done well status post an injury now re-injured and it is bothering him again. He is requesting an x-ray order and I gave him an order for that as well. He can continue with using a pillow to sit on or a donut. He could also use Advil as needed. Type 2 diabetes. He will keep his follow up with Dr. Meattey. So far he seems to be tolerating his new medication. He will update Dr. Meattey if he has any concerns or questions. Hypogonadism. Currently doing well with his injectable testosterone. Also uses Cialis, if needed. So far that seems to be going well for him and again will keep his follow up with Dr.…

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    Iron Chelation Essay

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    Hypogonadism after iron chelation therapy and bone marrow transplantation In chronic iron overload, when transferrin is completely saturated, NTBI is found in the plasma, which is the form of iron that causes toxicity. Intensification of chelation therapy has been shown to reverse cardiac structure and function, but not in the liver. The mechanism proposed was that the heart and also endocrine tissue, including the pituitary gland, take up circulating labile iron species that are…

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    Puberty Research Paper

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    (3) of GnRH neurones is the KAL1, which encodes the protein anosmin-1. This gene is located on the x chromosome and is required for both olfactory receptor neurones and GnRH neurones to enter the brain. This gives rise to the symptoms of anosmia and hypogonadotropic hypogonadism. There are other mutations which affect GnRH neuronal migration. The fibroblast growth factor receptor 1, encoded by the FGFR1 (4) gene, is important in the development of olfactory receptors. Another example of a…

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    Trimel Pharmaceuticals Corporation is a Canadian specialty pharmaceutical company established in 2008 and head office is located in Mississauga, Ontario. It is focused on bringing innovative products to market that improve the patient experience and produce strong investor returns. Company is developing medications which are focus on Men’s Health (hypogonadism) and Women’s Health (sexual dysfunction and respiratory disorders. Company has 19 employees and holds the development or marketing rights…

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    Female menopause gains a lot of media coverage and research due to increased awareness. Pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers gain a large amount of revenue in creating therapies and medications for women that are undergoing the symptoms of menopause. Comparisons between male menopause and female menopause are made, but they are two very different situations. It seems that the media and businesses attempt to make them seem more similar for financial incentives. Other medical terms that are…

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    Low Testosterone Research

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    tell if you have low testosterone 1 Introduction Male testes produce a crucial hormone called testosterone that has a very important role in the well being of male bodies. Hypogonadism, commonly known as low testosterone or ‘low T’ is a common yet worrying complication in men. Yes, the level of testosterone naturally declines with age. According to Urology Care Foundation, men lose 20% and 30% of their testosterone level at the age of 60 and 70 respectively. But problem begins when men start to…

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    Testosterone hormone is the most important sex hormone men possess. It plays a role in controlling the physical characteristics of males. It is synthesized in tastes. Testosterone hormones help men to keep sperm production, sex drive, body and facial hair, red blood cell synthesis, bone density, muscle mass and strength and fat distribution. During adolescent and early adulthood stage, the levels of testosterone hormones in the human body are at their peak. As one grows older the levels of…

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    dishonorable and scandalous, substance abuse as it plays out for several days on the news cycles. Perhaps, this is why many men do not seek medical evaluation when experiencing the effects of low testosterone, or maybe they feel it is just part of growing old. There are many men that are appropriate candidates for hormone replacement. There are many sides to the debate of hormone replacement therapy for men, and whether it is beneficial or dangerous. A study conducted with 1031 male veterans…

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    An extra X chromosome results in variable physical and cognitive abnormalities. As its number increases, the effects are also amplified (skeletal and cardiovascular abnormalities increase severely, hypogonadism, gynecomastia, psychosocial problems) Signs and Symptoms Some signs and symptoms are noticeable and others are left undiagnosed until adulthood. Physical changes are mostly evident with others showing speech and cognitive delay. • Babies - weak muscles, delayed motor development,…

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    Schmidt's Syndrome

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    Primary adrenal insufficiency (also known under the eponym Addison’s disease) occurs when the adrenal glands situated on top of the kidneys produce inadequate amounts of glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid hormones. Autoimmune destruction of the aforementioned glands is the most common cause of primary adrenal insufficiency in the developed countries, whereas tuberculosis is the second most frequent cause worldwide. A plethora of autoimmune comorbidities can be associated with primary adrenal…

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