Assessment of pituitary-gonadal function was made in impotent diabetic males using luteinizing hormone-release hormone tests. Serum testosterone, sex-hormone-binding globulin capacity, and basal and incremental gonadotrophin concentrations in the impotent diabetics were similar to those in control diabetics, suggesting a primary neurologic rather than an endocrine defect as the cause of the impotence.

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