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Changes in Coronary Artery Plaque With Testosterone Therapy—Reply

20:00 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | JAMA

In Reply We do not agree with Dr Dhindsa and colleagues that the increase in noncalcified plaque volume was confined to the fibrous component. Changes in that component did reach statistical significance, but changes in the other noncalcified plaque components were also greater in the testosterone group, although they did not reach statistical significance (P values of .11 and .14). Thus, the results for all 3 components were consistent.

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