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Implantation of TheraCyte A-encapsulated 4×10 5 live parathyroid cells and TheraCyte B-encapsulated 4×10 6 cells can increase the BMD of ovariectomized rats within 3 months of implantation. Neither cause high serum calcium and low phosphorus concentrations.
These findings suggest that altering vitamin K status in postmenopausal women by manipulating phylloquinone intake does not have an acute affect on intestinal Ca absorption, renal mineral excretion, or bone formation, but high phylloquinone intake may modestly reduce bone resorption. The impact...
We conclude that apparent discontinuation rates are high within 1 year after treatment initiation, although a subset of women appears to restart bisphosphonate or other osteoporosis therapy. Because intermittent use and/or poor adherence is common, discontinuation rates based on data from...
Higher estimated height loss according to patients’ recalls was an indicator of lower BMD in our sample. Especially in the femoral neck region, this factor might be considered as a substitute case-finding tool for low BMD. Considering relatively young nature of our study group and biological...
Whether the femoral neck bone mineral density (FN BMD) of children may be better predicted from that of their parents when taking into account the anthropometry of the children was assessed in a healthy adult sample consisting of 86 mother-daughter, 32 mother-son, 32 father-daughter, and 23...
This is the first randomised study including a control group to demonstrate that weekly ALN was able to significantly increase BMD in patients with OLT when compared with Ca and calcitriol alone. However, ALN did not appear to offer protection against fractures.
Introduction: Most of the research on osteoporosis has been conducted on women. Few studies have compared central and peripheral densitometry and their association with vertebral fractures in men. The present study was designed to compare peripheral bone mineral density (BMD) measurements with...
Introduction Poor adherence to prescribed treatments is widespread in clinical practice and this can lead to potentially life-threatening events. This problem is apparently very common for osteoporosis treatment but the causes of discontinuation and low compliance are complex and poorly defined....
This study demonstrates that BMD and calcaneal QUS measures among healthy men and women are significantly heritable and are, in part, jointly influenced by a common set of underlying genes. Additionally, this study also provides evidence for a unique set of genes that independently influences...
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