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Reversible Osteopenia: Orthopedic Aspects

  • J. P. Murnaghan
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Abstract

Osteopenia, for clinical purposes, can be defined as any condition in which the bone mass is decreased below normal. For the orthopedic surgeon, osteopenia is usually evident by the presence of fracture.

Keywords

Medullary Canal Autogenous Bone Graft Diaphyseal Fracture Screw Hole Screw Thread 
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