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dysfunction

any consequence of an activity which inhibits the achievement of the desired objective. In the study of ORGANIZATIONS, dysfunctions refer to those aspects of organizations which are essential to the organization's proper functioning but at the same time detract from organizational performance. For instance, a justifiable emphasis on following the correct procedures can also stifle the flexibility that is often needed in work situations. See GOAL DISPLACEMENT.
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According to report published by Grand View Research, The global erectile dysfunction drugs market size was valued at over USD 4.39 billion in 2014.
Rachel Grashow, Ph.D., from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, and colleagues examined associations between concussion symptom history and participant-reported indicators of low testosterone levels and erectile dysfunction. Researchers surveyed 3,506 former professional U.S.-style football players (mean age, 52.5 years) from January 2015 to March 2017.
[UKPRwire, Thu May 09 2019] This report studies the current as well as future prospects of the global erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs market.
[ClickPress, Thu May 09 2019] This report studies the current as well as future prospects of the global erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs market.
For both men and women, certain factors including pain, fatigue, and mobility restrictions are contributors to sexual dysfunction diminishing sexual desire.
(NYSE: CANF) (TASE: CFBI) a patent for the utilization of A3 adenosine receptor ligands in the treatment of sexual dysfunction, in a patent titled, "A3 adenosine receptor ligands for use in treatment of a sexual dysfunction," the company said.
Screening for thyroid dysfunction in men presenting with ED is recommended.
Material and Methods: Fifty five individuals with thyroid dysfunction were included in this study.
breakthrough noninvasive medical therapy uses low-intensity shockwave therapy to enhance sexual performance as well as to treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) symptoms The GAINSWave protocols uses high-frequency acoustic waves to repair existing blood vessels and improve blood flow.
For men, erectile dysfunction may be a predictor of heart disease.
Linear regression analysis was used to predict sexual dysfunction scores by including variables that exhibited significant differences in the single-variable analysis.
KEY WORDS: Endothelium; Endothelial cells; Endothelial dysfunction; Atherosclerosis; Hyperglycemia; Hyperlipidemia; Nitric oxide; Reactive oxygen species; Diabetes mellitus; Hypertension.