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Clinical meaningfulness of the changes in muscle performance and physical function associated with testosterone administration in older men with mobility limitation.
Risk factors associated with cardiovascular events during testosterone administration in older men with mobility limitation.
Free testosterone levels are associated with mobility limitation and physical performance in community-dwelling men: the Framingham Offspring Study.
Effect of testosterone administration on liver fat in older men with mobility limitation: results from a randomized controlled trial.
Testosterone induces erythrocytosis via increased erythropoietin and suppressed hepcidin: evidence for a new erythropoietin/hemoglobin set point.
Multiple hormonal dysregulation as determinant of low physical performance and mobility in older persons.
Recruitment and Screening for the Testosterone Trials.
Testosterone Attenuates Age-Related Fall in Aerobic Function in Mobility Limited Older Men With Low Testosterone.
Circulating Estrogen Levels and Self-Reported Health and Mobility Limitation in Community-Dwelling Men of the Framingham Heart Study.
Testosterone does not affect agrin cleavage in mobility-limited older men despite improvement in physical function.
Development of a Novel Six-Month Nutrition Intervention for a Randomized Trial in Older Men with Mobility Limitations.
Effect of testosterone replacement on measures of mobility in older men with mobility limitation and low testosterone concentrations: secondary analyses of the Testosterone Trials.