A psychological perspective on male rejuvenation

Male rejuvenation, defined as a process in men to both limit the impact of aging on body image and experience greater virility, is growing among middleaged and older men and can occur both through aesthetic surgical means and hormonal manipulation.

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Authors

Martin M. Miner, M.D., Michael A. Perelman, Ph.D.

Volume 99, Issue 7, Pages 1803-1806, June 2013

Abstract

Male rejuvenation, defined as a process in men to both limit the impact of aging on body image and experience greater virility, is growing among middleaged and older men and can occur both through aesthetic surgical means and hormonal manipulation.

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