Age-related erectile and voiding dysfunction: the role of arterial insufficiency.

Authors:
I Goldstein
I Goldstein
Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals London
United Kingdom

Br J Urol 1998 Dec;82 Suppl 1:26-33

Department of Urology, Boston University School of Medicine, Massachusetts, USA.

December 1998
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