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Abstract

Volume 13, Issue 4 (July 2011) 13, 512–518; 10.1038/aja.2010.123

Andrology in China: current status and 10 years' progress

Kai Hong1, Qing-Quan Xu2, Yong-Ping Zhao2, Yi-Qun Gu3, Hui Jiang1, Xiao-Feng Wang2 and Ji-Chuan Zhu2

1 Urology Department, Peking University 3rd Hospital, Beijing 100191, China
2 Department of Urology, Peking University People’s Hospital, Beijing 100044, China
3 Department of Male Clinic Research, National Research Institute for Family Planning, Beijing 100081, China

Correspondence: Dr JC Zhu, (zhujc1939@sina.com)

Abstract

Andrology has a long history in traditional Chinese medicine. There are records of male sexual health, male sexual dysfunction and male infertility from over thousands of years ago. Modern andrology in China had a late start, with the Chinese Andrology Association founded in 1995. Within last decade, andrology in China has grown rapidly. In this review article, we summarized the progress of andrology in last 10 years and outlined the current status of Chinese andrology with a special focus on progress in male erectile dysfunction, prostate diseases, male infertility and male hormonal contraception.

Keywords: andrology; benign prostatic hyperplasia; Chinese; contraception; erectile dysfunction; male infertility; prostate cancer; prostatitis

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