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    Sexual Dysfunction: Non-standard shift work predicts low T

    Amy I. Guise, MDAmy I. Guise, MDOther AUA 2017 take-home messages in sexual dysfunction included a study indicating that obstructive sleep apnea correlated with increased venous leak as well as a finding that wounded veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan with genitourinary injuries had higher injury severity scores and were more likely to have urinary and sexual dysfunction than those without GU injuries. The take-home messages were presented by Amy I. Guise, MD, of Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.


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