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Preclinical studies indicate that strontium ranelate (SrRan) induces opposite effects on bone osteoblasts and osteoclasts, suggesting that SrRan may have a dual action on both formation and(More)
The amount of bone and the trabecular microarchitecture are two determinants of bone strength which can be quantified by bone histomorphometry. Among the parameters of bone microarchitecture, the(More)
Low Intensity Electrical Stimulation (LIES) has been used for bone repair, but little is known about its effects on bone after menopause. Osteocytes probably play a role in mediating this physical(More)
Iliac crest bone biopsies are used to assess the mechanism of action of drug treatments, yet there are little data comparing this site to sites prone to fracture. The purpose of this study was to(More)