Lower urinary tract symptoms in male population of the Russian Federation North-Western Region: analysis of population study results

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Based on the results of population survey, the prevalence of lower urinary tract symptoms in male population of the Russian Federation North-Western Region was studied. It was established that the urinary disorders severity and life quality reduction ratio associated with these disorders depend on the intensity of the metabolic syndrome presentations, such as diabetes mellitus, arterial hypertension, obesity, and are closely linked to the presence of erectile dysfunction.

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Igor A Korneyev

First State Pavlov Medical University of St Petersburg

Email: iakorneyev@yandex.ru
doctor of medical science, professor, Urology Department

Tatyana A Alexeeva

National Research University Higher School of Economics

Email: tatyanalexeeva@gmail.com
candidate of medical science, associate professor of the Applied Mathematics and Business Informatics Department

Salman H Al-Shukri

First State Pavlov Medical University of St Petersburg

Email: al-shukri@mail.ru
doctor of medical science, professor, head of the department. Department of Urology

Dmitriy Yu Pushkar

Moscow State Evdokimov Medical and Dental University

Email: pushkardm@mail.ru
doctor of medical science, chief urologist of the Ministry of Healthcare, professor, head of the department. Department of Urology

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