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Review Article

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: A New Metabolic Disease of the Aging Male and Its Correlation with Sexual Dysfunctions

Table 1

Characteristics of the studies comparing International Prostatic Symptom score (IPSS) and prostate volume in patients with and without metabolic syndrome (MetS) according to different criteria. NCEP-ATPIII: National Cholesterol Education Program-Third Adult Treatment Panel; IDF: International Diabetes Federation; AHA/NHLBI: American Heart Association/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

Overall populationMen with MetSMen without MetS
StudyMetS criteriaAge (years)Number of ptsIPSS total scoreProstate volume (cc)Number of ptsIPSS total scoreProstate volume (cc)

Ozden et al., 2007 [67]NCEP ATP III60382237.4402032
Park et al., 2008 [68]NCEP ATP III74 ± 8.110211.141.724612.340.4
Yim et al., 2011 [69]NCEP ATP III41.4 ± 5.214018.470817.8
Jeong et al., 2011 [70]NCEP ATP III46.4 ± 8.43546.820.610036.519.7
Byun et al., 2011 [71]NCEP ATP III55.6 ± 9.722096.8531.44997.8929.8
Yang et al., 2012 [72]NCEP ATP III53.8 ± 6.914230.127825.2
Gacci et al., 2013 [4]AHA/NHLBI; IDF68.2 ± 7.48622.56318520.958
Park et al., 2013 [73]NCEP ATP III50–5935510348691028

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