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Effect of Various Therapies on Bone Loss in Women

  • B. E. C. Nordin
  • A. Horsman
  • J. C. Gallagher

Abstract

The treatment of patients with the osteoporotic crush fracture syndrome will remain unsatisfactory until the pathogenesis of the condition is fully understood and precise methods are available to monitor the effect of therapy on bone loss.

Keywords

Bone Loss Calcium Intake Calcium Supplement Oestrogen Therapy Cortical Width 
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  • B. E. C. Nordin
  • A. Horsman
  • J. C. Gallagher

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