Aliases & Classifications for Impotence

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Impotence, Aliases & Descriptions:

Name: Impotence 9 11 43
Erectile Dysfunction 9 43 32 60
 
Sexual Impotence 9


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Summaries for Impotence

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MedlinePlus:32 Erectile dysfunction (ed) is a common type of male sexual dysfunction. it is when a man has trouble getting or keeping an erection. ed becomes more common as you get older. but it's not a natural part of aging. some people have trouble speaking with their doctors about sex. but if you have ed, you should tell your doctor. ed can be a sign of health problems. it may mean your blood vessels are clogged. it may mean you have nerve damage from diabetes. if you don't see your doctor, these problems will go untreated. your doctor can offer several new treatments for ed. for many men, the answer is as simple as taking a pill. getting more exercise, losing weight, or stopping smoking may also help. nih: national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases

MalaCards based summary: Impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction, is related to prostate cancer and prostatitis. An important gene associated with Impotence is VIP (vasoactive intestinal peptide), and among its related pathways are NO dependent CFTR activation normal and CF and Salivary secretion. The drugs methyltestosterone and papaverine and the compounds ment and androstenediol have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include kidney, brain and prostate, and related mouse phenotype reproductive system.

Wikipedia:63 Erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence is sexual dysfunction characterized by the inability to develop... more...

Related Diseases for Impotence

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Diseases related to Impotence via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1prostate cancer31.0SRD5A1, KLK3
2prostatitis31.0KLK3, PDE5A, SRD5A1
3premature ejaculation30.8PDE5A
4varicocele30.7SHBG, PRL
5coronary artery disease30.6PDE5A, KNG1, NOS1
6oligospermia30.6PRL, SRD5A1
7allergic rhinitis30.5KNG1, VIP
8hyperthyroidism30.5SHBG, PRL, SRD5A1
9male infertility30.4PRL, SHBG
10penile disease30.4PRL, KLK3
11obesity30.4SHBG, SRD5A1, PDE5A, KNG1, NOS1
12rhinitis30.3VIP, PDE5A, KNG1
13acromegaly30.3PRL, VIP, SHBG
14azoospermia30.3SHBG, PRL, SRD5A1
15cryptorchidism30.2SHBG, SRD5A1
16gynecomastia30.2KLK3, SRD5A1, PRL, SHBG
17adenoma30.2SHBG, PRL, SRD5A1, NOS1
18hypogonadism30.2SHBG, PRL, PDE5A, KLK3
19hyperhomocysteinemia30.2ELN, KNG1
20myocardial infarction30.1SHBG, PDE5A, KNG1, NOS1
21hyperprolactinemia30.1SHBG, VIP, PRL, SRD5A1
22atherosclerosis30.0SHBG, ELN, PDE5A, KNG1, NOS1
23asthma30.0NOS1, KNG1, VIP, KCNMA1
24aneurysm30.0ELN, KNG1
25vascular disease29.7KNG1, PDE5A, ELN
26vasculogenic impotence10.9
27ischemic optic neuropathy10.5
28ischemic heart disease10.4
29oligomenorrhea10.4SHBG, PRL
30androgen insensitivity, partial, with or without breast cancer10.4SRD5A1, SHBG
31nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy10.4
32artery disease10.4
33acne10.4SRD5A1, SHBG
34ovarian disease10.4SHBG, PRL
35alopecia, androgenetic, 110.4SHBG, SRD5A1
36androgen insensitivity10.4SRD5A1, SHBG
37amenorrhea10.4PRL, SHBG
38premature ovarian failure10.3PRL, SHBG
39peyronie's disease10.3
40urethritis10.3
41neuroendocrine tumor10.3PRL, VIP
42emphysema due to aat deficiency10.3ADRA1D
43precocious puberty10.3SHBG, PRL
44prostatic adenoma10.3SRD5A1, KLK3
45urinary tract obstruction10.3SRD5A1, KLK3
46peripheral vascular disease10.3
47restless legs syndrome10.3
48autonomic neuropathy10.3
49periodontitis10.3
50prostate disease10.3SRD5A1, KLK3

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Symptoms for Impotence

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Drugs & Therapeutics for Impotence

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Drug clinical trials:

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Genetic Tests for Impotence

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Anatomical Context for Impotence

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Impotence:

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Kidney, Brain, Prostate, Testes, Endothelial, Spinal cord, Heart, Smooth muscle, Eye, Skin, Temporal lobe

Animal Models for Impotence or affiliated genes

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MGI Mouse Phenotypes related to Impotence:

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idDescriptionMGI Source AccessionScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1MP:00053898.7NOS1, SRD5A1, PRL, VIP, KCNMA1

Publications for Impotence

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Articles related to Impotence:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
The impotence of price controls: failed attempts to constrain pharmaceutical expenditures in Greece. (20884073)
2011
2
Impotence and libido in Arabic medical literature. (18792558)
2008
3
On call. Whenever I ride my bike for more than an hour or so, I notice numbness in my penis. I know that can lead to impotence, so I've stopped taking long rides. But now I see some policemen in my town patrolling on bikes all day long. Will they end up with problems? (17288024)
2006
4
Abstracts of the VIII Congress of the Latin American Society for Sexual and Impotence Research (SLAIS) December 1-3, 2005. (16497241)
2006
5
The impotence of cumulative effects assessment in Canada: ailments and ideas for redeployment. (16362488)
2006
6
Natural remedies for impotence in medieval Persia. (14963476)
2004
7
The role of free radical in the pathogenesis of impotence in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. (12728463)
2003
8
Recent data upon impotence, incontinence and quality of life issues concerning radical prostatectomy. (12768997)
2003
9
Hoaxes: supreme fakers. The doctor's got your goat. In the 1920s, a testicle transplant was a 'cure' for impotence. (12219559)
2002
10
Urethral wands for impotence. (11251540)
2001
11
The link between smoking and impotence: two decades of evidence. (11394947)
2001
12
Embolization of the deep dorsal vein for the treatment of erectile impotence due to veno-occlusive dysfunction. (10647658)
2000
13
African Society for Impotence Research--second continental meeting. (10982315)
2000
14
Comparative tolerability and efficacy of treatments for impotence. (10082071)
1999
15
Maximisation of the erectile response in the investigation of impotence. (10098951)
1999
16
Biking and sex: can riding cause impotence? (10368542)
1999
17
More caution advised in using impotence drug Viagra. (10067142)
1999
18
How psychiatrists can build new therapies for impotence. (9501884)
1998
19
Help-seeking decisions among men with impotence. (9801109)
1998
20
Is diabetic neuropathy responsible for diabetic impotence? (9188140)
1997
21
Biochemical alterations of the tunica albuginea in impotence. (9334600)
1997
22
Anxiety-induced failure in erectile response to intracorporeal prostaglandin-E1 in non-organic male impotence: a new diagnostic approach. (9292324)
1997
23
The use of the vacuum erection device in the management of erectile impotence. (8981174)
1996
24
Anxiety-induced failure in erectile response to intracorporeal prostaglandin-E1 in non-organic male impotence: a new diagnostic approach. (8985780)
1996
25
Impotence. (8632552)
1996
26
Blunt cavernous nerve injury: A new animal model mimicking postradical prostatectomy neurogenic impotence. (21224162)
1996
27
Trial of pentoxifylline for diabetic impotence. (7555478)
1995
28
Permanent open shunt as a reason for impotence or reduced potency after surgical treatment of priapism in 26 patients. (8750051)
1995
29
Impotence as a cardinal sign in the thromboangiitis obliterans diagnosis. (8608695)
1995
30
Management of impotence in a developing country. (7498020)
1995
31
The place of acupuncture in the management of psychogenic impotence. (7925530)
1994
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Routine prolactin measurement is not necessary in the initial evaluation of male impotence. (8077999)
1994
33
Impotence: diagnosis and management of male erectile dysfunction. (8173405)
1994
34
Impotence. (8189564)
1994
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Experience with buccal phentolamine mesylate for impotence. (7517275)
1994
36
Some mythologic, religious, and cultural aspects of impotence before the present modern era. (7735361)
1994
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Nitric oxide synthase: a new diagnostic tool for neurogenic impotence. (7692661)
1993
38
Smoking and erectile impotence. (8207302)
1993
39
Management of impotence. Diagnostic considerations and therapeutic options. (8446527)
1993
40
Consensus development conference statement. National Institutes of Health. Impotence. December 7-9, 1992. (8173631)
1993
41
Treatment of organic impotence with penile prosthesis in renal transplant patients. (8420073)
1993
42
Impotence. (8379880)
1993
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Endocrine causes of impotence. (7507006)
1993
44
A study on the mechanical reliability of the Dacomed snap gauge: implications for the differentiation between organic and psychogenic impotence. (1482278)
1992
45
The role of colour duplex ultrasonography in the diagnosis of vasculogenic impotence. (1747732)
1991
46
Evaluation of vasculogenic impotence. (3278477)
1988
47
Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for vasculogenic impotence. (2939130)
1986
48
Internal iliac artery revascularization in the treatment of vasculogenic impotence. (3970665)
1985
49
Transluminal angioplasty for treatment of vasculogenic impotence. (6211967)
1982
50
Proceedings: impotence and urethral stricture. (1148630)
1975

Variations for Impotence

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Expression for genes affiliated with Impotence

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Impotence

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Compounds for genes affiliated with Impotence

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Compounds related to Impotence according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idCompoundScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1ment439.7KLK3, SRD5A1, SHBG
2androstenediol439.6SRD5A1, SHBG, KLK3
3leuprolide acetate439.6KLK3, SHBG, PRL
4apamin43 59 2811.6KNG1, KCNMA1, VIP
5goserelin43 28 1211.6SRD5A1, KLK3, SHBG
6leuprolide43 59 28 1212.6PRL, SRD5A1, KLK3
7methoxamine43 28 1211.6KNG1, ADRA1D, VIP
8bromocriptine43 28 1211.5PRL, ADRA1D, VIP, SHBG
9alfuzosin43 1210.5KLK3, SRD5A1, ADRA1D
10hydroxyflutamide43 2810.4KLK3, SHBG, SRD5A1
11cyproteroneacetate439.4SHBG, PRL, KLK3, SRD5A1
12flutamide43 59 1211.4SHBG, KLK3, SRD5A1, PRL
13tetraethylammonium43 28 1211.4VIP, KCNMA1, NOS1, KNG1
14methacholine43 49 1211.4NOS1, KNG1, VIP, KCNMA1
15terazosin43 1210.4KLK3, ADRA1D, SRD5A1
16l-nmma439.4VIP, KNG1, NOS1, KCNMA1
17dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate439.4SHBG, PRL, KLK3, SRD5A1
18finasteride43 59 24 1212.3SRD5A1, SHBG, KLK3
19papaverine43 2 1211.3PDE5A, VIP, KNG1
20phentolamine43 28 1211.2PDE5A, ADRA1D, VIP
21dihydrotestosterone43 28 24 1212.1PRL, SHBG, VIP, SRD5A1, KLK3
228-bromo cgmp439.1PDE5A, VIP, KCNMA1
23dhea439.1PRL, SRD5A1, KLK3, SHBG, KCNMA1
24epinephrine43 24 1211.0KLK3, PRL, ADRA1D, VIP, SHBG
25ng-nitro-l-arginine439.0BLVRB, NOS1, VIP, KNG1
26citrulline43 2410.0KNG1, BLVRB, NOS1, VIP
27phenylephrine43 28 24 1212.0KNG1, KCNMA1, VIP, ADRA1D, NOS1
28sildenafil28 43 49 24 1212.9SRD5A1, PDE5A, VIP, SHBG, NOS1
29tamsulosin43 28 1210.9KLK3, PDE5A, ADRA1D, SRD5A1
30guanylate438.8KNG1, VIP, PDE5A, NOS1, KCNMA1
31isoproterenol43 129.8KCNMA1, NOS1, KNG1, PDE5A, VIP
32gaba438.5VIP, NOS1, KCNMA1, SRD5A1, BLVRB
33histamine43 28 2410.4ELN, NOS1, VIP, KCNMA1, KNG1, PDE5A
34nitroglycerin43 129.4NOS1, KNG1, PDE5A, VIP, BLVRB
35dexamethasone43 49 28 1211.4PRL, VIP, SHBG, ELN, SRD5A1, KLK3
36gnrh438.4KLK3, SRD5A1, PRL, SHBG, BLVRB, VIP
37adenylate438.2VIP, NOS1, BLVRB, KNG1, SHBG, KCNMA1
38estradiol43 24 1210.2SHBG, BLVRB, PRL, KLK3, SRD5A1, KCNMA1
39steroid438.1KCNMA1, BLVRB, SRD5A1, PRL, SHBG, KLK3
40acetylcholine43 49 28 24 1212.0BLVRB, KCNMA1, PDE5A, NOS1, VIP, KNG1
41norepinephrine43 24 129.8NOS1, KNG1, PDE5A, PRL, ADRA1D, VIP
42dopamine43 28 24 1210.8SHBG, PRL, VIP, SRD5A1, PDE5A, NOS1
43vegf437.7PDE5A, KLK3, NOS1, ELN, SRD5A1, VIP
44sodium nitroprusside437.7VIP, KCNMA1, BLVRB, ELN, PDE5A, KNG1
45cgmp43 288.6NOS1, KNG1, ELN, PDE5A, VIP, KCNMA1
46nitric oxide43 24 129.6BLVRB, VIP, KCNMA1, PDE5A, KNG1, NOS1
47indomethacin43 28 59 1210.5BLVRB, NOS1, KNG1, PDE5A, SRD5A1, ELN
48estrogen437.5KLK3, NOS1, PRL, ELN, SRD5A1, PDE5A
49arginine437.1SHBG, BLVRB, KCNMA1, VIP, PRL, ELN
50testosterone43 59 24 1210.0BLVRB, SHBG, VIP, PRL, ELN, PDE5A

GO Terms for genes affiliated with Impotence

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Cellular components related to Impotence according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1extracellular regionGO:00055768.4KLK3, KNG1, ELN, PRL, VIP, SHBG

Biological processes related to Impotence according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1negative regulation of potassium ion transportGO:00432679.9NOS1, VIP
2positive regulation of vasodilationGO:00459099.6NOS1, VIP
3cell proliferationGO:00082839.2ELN, PRL, ADRA1D
4blood coagulationGO:00075968.6KCNMA1, PDE5A, KNG1, NOS1

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