Androgen deficiency in younger males

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In this episode:

  • A high index of suspicion helps when looking out for androgen deficiency in younger males
  • Half of all patients with Klinefelter Syndrome remain undiagnosed
  • Male infertility is the more common reason for presentation


Host: Dr David Lim, GP and Medical Educator

Total time: 34 mins

Guest: Prof Robert McLachlan, Endocrinologist


Last Updated: 28 Jun, 2022

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