According to a recent study, vasculogenic erectile dysfunction is a tell-tale sign of more vicious and harmful atherosclerotic cardiovascular (CV) events.
The study spearheaded by Dr. Kew Kim Chew, senior clinical fellow and physician at the Keogh Institute for Medical Research, provides evidence that the two conditions are symptoms of atherosclerosis from endothelial dysfunction. Although, the relationship between erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular illnesses has been studied several times, only recent research has produced satisfactory evidence.
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