Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 25th, 2011
"Men are considered more likely to have underlying, possibly correctable causes. We studied the prevalence of risk factors, secondary causes, and laboratory abnormalities in men with and without previously known causes for osteoporosis. We reviewed the charts of 234 men with osteoporosis diagnosed by bone mineral density testing. In...
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