dysfunction

dysfunction is a topic covered in the Taber's Medical Dictionary.

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(dis-fŭngk′shŏn )

[dys- + function]
Abnormal, inadequate, or impaired action of an organ or part.
Risk Factors for Erectile Dysfunction

Age>60
Depression (or treatment with antidepressant medications)
Diabetes mellitus
Heart disease
Hypertension (or treatment with some antihypertensive medications)
Obesity or increased body mass index
Prostate cancer or its treatment
Sedentary lifestyle
Stroke
Tobacco use

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(dis-fŭngk′shŏn )

[dys- + function]
Abnormal, inadequate, or impaired action of an organ or part.
Risk Factors for Erectile Dysfunction

Age>60
Depression (or treatment with antidepressant medications)
Diabetes mellitus
Heart disease
Hypertension (or treatment with some antihypertensive medications)
Obesity or increased body mass index
Prostate cancer or its treatment
Sedentary lifestyle
Stroke
Tobacco use

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