Last updated on October 2006

Testosterone Replacement in Middle-Aged Hypogonadal Men With Dysthymia: Parallel Group Double Blind Randomized Trial


Brief description of study

Growing evidence supports the notion that Late-onset Dysthymic disorder in middle aged men may be associated with age-related HPG hypofunctioning. In this study we seek to examine the efficacy of Testosterone replacement for this condition. Hypothesis: Testosterone replacement will be more effective than placebo, in treating men with late onset Dysthymic Disorder and hypo-gonadism.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT00260390

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Guy Orr, MD

Sheba Medical Center, Psychiatric out patient clinical unit
Tel Hashomer, Israel
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Recruitment Status: Open


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