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Testosterone treatment and coronary artery plaque volume in older men with low testosterone.

The team of Dr Matthew Budoff concluded in a paper using Medis’ QAngio CT tool that treatment with testosterone gel for one year compared with placebo in older men with sympotomatic hypogonadism was associated with a significantly greater increase in coronary artery noncalcified plaque volume as measured by coronary computed tomographic angiography.

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