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Synonyms for ED

impotence resulting from a man's inability to have or maintain an erection of his penis

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Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (4th ed.).
Stupski, Guide to Florida Legal Research (5th ed. 1998).
In addition, FASB revised its implementation guidance, which was contained in appendix B of the 1995 ED.
Eaton (Ed.), Colleges of choice: The enabling impact of the community college (pp.
Viagra (sildenafil) is the first oral drug for ED. Taken about an hour before anticipated sexual activity, the pill works only in the presence of sexual stimulation.
The fact that no one knew that Ed died until one week after his death, may seem strange to most of us, but it's not so strange if you knew Ed. That's the way he wanted it--no fuss, no fanfare, no sentimental goodbyes.
The tired rescuers decided to paddle the canoe to the original launch site, although the relieved crowd would have gladly portaged the canoe and carried Jill and Ed.
To illustrate how the quality management approach can improve the outcome assessment, we will use the example of x-ray discrepancy in the ED. In general, an x-ray discrepancy is noted when there is a variance or difference between the ED physician's initial reading and the reading of the radiologist who subsequently reviews the x-ray.
Objectives: Erectile dysfunction (ED) is highly prevalent among males, and hypothyroidism is previously reported to be related with ED. However there have been rare studies to investigate the association between subclinical hypothyroidism (SCH) and ED, hence our objective was to fill this gap.
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As such, reduce your risk by working with your doctor to control these risk factors, and undergo a cardiovascular evaluation if you have psoriasis or ED.
A thorough medical surveillance, including cardiologic evaluation when indicated, treatment of risk factors and lifestyle modifications, seems advisable for men with ED.
ACCORDING TO THE SECOND National Survey of Higher Education Media, conducted in 2005 by the Education Writers Association, several roadblocks prevent reporters and editors from effectively covering higher ed. Respondents identified "lack of time" as the most important roadblock.