C. Tsalamandris1

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The risk for fracture is inversely proportional to bone strength and directly proportional to the severity of trauma. Factors which increase or decrease the risk for fractures may exert their influence on (1) determinants of bone strength such as bone quantity (mass or apparent density) and bone quality or (2) determinants of trauma such as the propensity(More)
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