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|Title:||High circulating oestrone and low testosterone correlate with adverse clinical outcomes in men with advanced liver disease.|
Gow, Paul J
Angus, Peter W
Handelsman, David J
|Abstract:||Circulating testosterone is usually reduced in men with cirrhosis, but there has not been a comprehensive analysis of androgen status or circulating oestrogens. Little is known about associations between circulating sex steroids with aspects of health in this population.|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIES|
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