The Effects of Nocturnal Blood Pressure Paterns and Autonomic Alterations on Erectile Functions in Patients with Hypertension.

The Effects of Nocturnal Blood Pressure Paterns and Autonomic Alterations on Erectile Functions in Patients with Hypertension. Urol J. 2018 Aug 18;: Authors: Yuvanc E, Dogru MT, Simsek V, Kandemir H, Tuglu D Abstract PURPOSE: Hypertension (HT) is known to be of the main risk factors for erectile dysfunction (ED). But non-dipping (
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Purpose of review United States racial/ethnic minorities may experience disproportionate hypertension (HTN) morbidity and mortality. This review discusses recent literature regarding the differential impact of HTN, especially among African Americans and Hispanics. Recent findings Although disparities in HTN prevalence, control, and outcomes persist in racial/ethnic minorities relative to non-Hispanic Whites, racial/ethnic minorities are frequently underrepresented in genetic and clinical studies. Genomics have improved our understanding of HTN, but with no clinically useful application, the role of social determinants...
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Conclusions Dysautonomic symptoms frequently occuring in α-synucleinopathies comprise cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, urogenital and thermoregulatory disturbances. These symptoms reduce quality of life and worsen prognosis. The understanding of their pathophysiology, as well as the detection of α-synuclein deposition and autonomic dysfunction in the premotor stages of α-synucleinopathies may be key for identifying novel treatment targets and improving clinical outcomes. While causative treatment is not yet available, improvement of quality of life can be achieved by personalized symptomatic treatment r...
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