impotence

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the condition or state of being incapable of accomplishing or effecting anything

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(8.) Epstein RJ, Allen RC, Lunde MW Organic impotence associated with carbonic anhydrase inhibitor therapy for glaucoma.
To start with, organic impotence may be treated with drugs.
Of the 74 who said it should be treated on the NHS, many doctors said this should only be in exceptional circumstances such as fertility treatment or for people suffering from diabetes resulting in "organic impotence".
Is Yohimbine effective in the treatment of organic impotence? Results of a controlled trial.
Four plaintiffs filed suit against Oxford Health Plans and Oxford Health Insurance, alleging they were not informed of exceptions to Oxford's policy--finalized in June 1998--of covering only six pills per month when they were prescribed more frequent doses of Viagra for "organic impotence" shortly after the drug was approved in March 1998.