Estrogen dependent urogenital and sexual disorders
Keywords:urogenital disorders, vaginal atrophy, sexual dysfunction, diagnostics, treatment
AbstractEstrogen deficiency causes symptoms of secondary atrophic and dystrophic complications in estrogen dependent tissues and structures in the lower third of the urogenital tract. The possibility of sexual problems at this background necessitates an interaction gynecologists, urologists and sexopathologists to fully implement a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.
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