Osteoporosis unrecognised in men

One of the fallacies about osteoporosis is that it is a disease that only affects women. While it is true that it does affect more women (61%), men are also at risk.

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Testosterone deficiency: key recommendations

An international panel of leading experts developed nine consensus statements regarding the treatment of testosterone deficiency (TD). The statements were adopted unanimously and are as follows.

Consequences of male obesity

Male obesity is on the rise globally, especially in westernised countries. The effect of increased adiposity extends beyond well-known comorbidities like diabetes and cardiovascular complications to affect male fertility and genetics.

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Why do men put up with incontinence?

Up to 33% of men tolerate urinary incontinence (UI) for more than five years before seeking medical help. It is therefore extremely important that you perform a standing cough test as a routine part of your male patients’ physical examination.

Medical Chronicle November CPDs

Below are all of the CPDs produced for the November 2018 issue of Medical Chronicle. You need to read all 3, then complete a questionnaire for a combined total of 3 CPD points.