Prevalence of Erectile Dysfunction Among Young Adults: Results of a Large Scale Survey, Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2004, I:284-291 and Impotence and Its Medical and Psychological Correlates: Results of the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, Journal of Urology, 1994, 151:54-61
What does MMAS stand for?
MMAS stands for Massachusetts Male Aging Study
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- Multifractal Model of Asset Return (finance)
- Maryland Mobileers Amateur Radio Club
- Mobilization Manpower Allocation/Requirements Plan
- Massachusetts Management Accounting and Reporting System
- Moon Mars Atacama Research Station (Chile)
- Mobile Medical Augmentation Readiness Team
- Make Me a Sandwich
- Make Me A Star (software)
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- Mansfield Music and Art Society (Mansfield, Massachusetts)
- Master of Military Arts and Science (School for Advanced Military Studies, Ft. Leaven)
- Material Management Accounting System
- Material Management and Accounting System
- Materials Management Automation System
- MAX-MIN Ant System
- Medical Materiel Accounting System
- Menorrhagia Multi-Attribute Scale
- Micro Marketing Analysis System
- Modified Maximum Average Score
- Modified Method of Auxiliary Sources
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The Massachusetts Male Aging Study (10), an observational cohort study conducted on healthy men aged 40 to 70 years from the Boston area, estimated that the prevalence of androgen deficiency (total testosterone <400 ng/dL) in men in this age group was 25.
Prospective results from the Massachusetts Male Aging Study.
Statistical multivariate adjustments conducted as part of the Massachusetts Male Aging Study narrowed the association to cancer mortality, and further investigation found significant links to prostate cancer.
Statistical multivariate adjustments conducted as part of the Massachusetts Male Aging Study led to a narrowing of the association with cancer mortality, and further investigation found significant links to prostate cancer.
Kloner: The Massachusetts Male Aging Study did, in fact, show an increase in ED with age.
Feldman and his colleagues recently re-examined 513 middle-aged men nine years after enrolling them in the Massachusetts Male Aging Study.
McKinlay of New England Research Institute, a consultant on the AARP survey, said this is consistent with the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, which found that 52 percent of men have some degree of erectile dysfunction by age 70, but a smaller proportion have moderate or total impotence.