The AMS scale was designed to measure the severity of aging-symptoms and their impact on the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in a standardized manner and might serve as a screening instrument for androgen deficiency. It was developed by the The Berlin Center for Epidemiology and Health Research (ZEG Berlin: acronym for the German name: Zentrum für Epidemiologie & Gesundheitsforschung). Heinemann LAJ, Zimmermann T, Vermeulen A, Thiel C. A New 'Aging Male's Symptoms' (AMS) Rating Scale. The Aging Male 1999; 2:105-114. Heinemann et al. The Aging Males' Symptoms rating scale. Cultural and linguistic validation into English. The Aging Male 2001; 4(1):14-22.


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Aging Male Symptoms (AMS) Scale

Aging Male Symptoms (AMS) Scale

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