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Molecular Mechanisms of Nutritional Interventions and Supplements for the Management of Sexual Disfunction and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia provides the epidemiologic data linking diet with BPH and ED along with a deep explanation on why nutritional approaches and different macronutrients may modify the pathogenesis of the disease. Coverage includes the relevance/epidemiology of the disease; pathophysiological events causing the disease; available therapeutic options; molecular mechanisms of action of available treatments; epidemiological and intervention studies suggesting the benefit of diet as therapeutic option for BPH and ED; and potential mechanisms of action of nutritional based approaches as treatment for BPH and ED. By combining medicine, diet, and lifestyle options, this title provides a truly multidisciplinary approach to BPH and ED making it a unique resource for those treating BPH and an irreplaceable reference guide for those in research.
- Provides comprehensive review of lifestyle factors and their contribution to BPH and ED pathogenesis
- Provides comprehensive review on the effect of different dietary patterns on BPH and ED pathogenesis, and whether dietary modifications may be a viable treatment option for BPH and/or ED
- Thorough review of herbal supplements, vitamins, and minerals commonly used to treat BPH and ED with an emphasis on safety and efficacy
- Describes lifestyle interventions that have been demonstrated to confer benefit to patients with BPH and ED
Researchers interested in male sexual disfunctions diseases, specifically BPH and ED, Urologists, Urology trainees (fellowship candidates), Primary care providers, Nutritionist Epidemiologists, and Researchers of nutrition, metabolism and cell metabolism
2. Role of Diet in Development and Progression of BPH and ED
3. Supplement Use and Pathophysiology of BPH and ED
4. Eastern Diet
5. Western Diet
6. Role of Metabolic Syndrome
7. Future Research Direction
8. Conclusion and Recommendations
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 27th August 2021
- Academic Press
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Dr. Chughtai is as an Assistant Professor in Urology at Weill Cornell Medical College. He is a leader in BPH, key opinion leader in BPH surgical procedures, active participant in clinical and translational research and is involved in protocols as either primary or co-investigator that include NIH and industry support. He is a journal reviewer for JAMA Surgery, European Urology, Journal of Urology, Urology, and Journal of Endourology. He has also published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, co-authored chapters in several urologic texts, published 2 textbooks, and has presented numerous abstracts at national meetings.
His current research interests include BPH, health outcomes, cost effectiveness analysis, pelvic reconstruction, bioengineering, and male pelvic health. In addition, he is involved in resident and medical student training and education.
Dr. Chughtai completed his BA at New York University, his MD at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and his residency at Albany Medical Center. He subsequently completed his fellowship in Male Voiding Dysfunction and BPH at Weill Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Associate Professor of Urology, Weill Cornell Medicine, Department of Urology, NY, USA
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