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In her work with the Olmsted County Study of Urinary Symptoms and Health Status Among Men, Naomi M. Gades, D.V.M., studies the role of hormones on sexual function in males. As one of the few community-based studies conducted in the field of urology, the study continues to provide useful and epidemiologic information characterizing prostate and other urologic diseases and their progression over time.
Dr. Gades' work with the Olmsted County Study of Urinary Symptoms and Health Status Among Men yields data that may be useful in understanding how physical sexual declines in men affect sexual satisfaction. Information such as this could help clinicians understand and discuss changes in sexual function with older male patients.
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