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Osteoporose

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Part of the Weißbuch Prävention book series (WEIßBUCH, volume 2007/20)

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Das vorliegende Kapitel betrachtet das Krankheitsbild Osteoporose. Es verdient angesichts seiner ökonomischen und quantitativen Bedeutung eine gesonderte Betrachtung. Nach den Grundlagen, Diagnostik und Therapie werden wesentliche Studien und die aktuelle Leitlinie vorgestellt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Rheumaklinik und Zentrum für Naturheilkunde der Immanuel Diakonie Group, Abt. Stoffwechselerkrankungen/OsteologieImmanuel-Krankenhaus GmbHBerlin-Wannsee

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