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Prevalence of sexual dysfunction in women with pulmonary hypertension and associated factors. Prevalence of sexual dysfunction in women with pulmonary hypertension and associated factors: A reponse letter

Published:October 03, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrtlng.2022.09.008
      Frist of all, we would like to thank the correspondence and suggestions made by Panaka et al.
      • Panakala S.
      • Anumolu A.R.
      • Khatri M.
      Prevalence of sexual dysfunction in women with pulmonar hypertension and associated variables.
      in relation to our research that assessed the prevalence of sexual dysfunction in women with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and its associated factors, which was the first and only research to date that assessed sexual dysfunction in women with PAH in Brazil.
      • Oliveira L.F.T.S.
      • Chiavegato L.D.
      • Arakaki J.S.O.
      • et al.
      Prevalence of sexual dysfunction in women with pulmonary hypertension and associated factors.

      Abbreviations:

      pulmonary arterial hypertension ((PAH)), World Health Organization ((WHO)), Wordld Health OrganizationDisability Assessment Schedule 2.0 ((WHODAS 2.0))
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