ea0041ep838 | Obesity | ECE2016
, Eloraby Hussein
, Zaky Eman
Metabolic Syndrome (Met S), is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and mortality, the presence of 1 or 2 components of the (MetS) increases overall mortality compared with the absence of any component of the (MetS). Epidemiological studies have shown that low testosterone is associated with MetS. While testosterone levels decline with age, Estradiol (E2) levels remain relatively stable resulting in a decreased testosterone: E2 ratio (T:E), Whether th...