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Clinical Study

The Incidence of Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism in Type 2 Diabetic Men in Polish Population

Table 3

Clinical characteristics (number of patients; percentage) of all T2DM, patients with HH and with normal TT/cfT concentration.

ParameterMen with HH Normal TT/cfT All men value

Obesity79 (96)72 (73)151 (82)0.002
Current smoker62 (76)75 (76)137 (75)NS
Hypertension65 (79)62 (62)127 (69)0.005
Dyslipidemia61 (74)65 (65)126 (69)0.02
CVD57 (70)61 (61)118 (64)0.05

value shows significant differences between patients with normal testosterone concentration and patients with hypogonadism.
CVD: cardiovascular disease.

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