BMD at Multiple Sites and Risk of Fracture of Multiple Types: Long‐Term Results From the Study of Osteoporotic Fractures

@article{Stone2003BMDAM,
  title={BMD at Multiple Sites and Risk of Fracture of Multiple Types: Long‐Term Results From the Study of Osteoporotic Fractures},
  author={Katie L. Stone and Dana G. Seeley and Li Yung Lui and Jane A. Cauley and Kristine E. Ensrud and Warren S. Browner and Michael C. Nevitt and Steven R. Cummings},
  journal={Journal of Bone and Mineral Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={18}
}
In a large cohort of U.S. women aged 65 and older, we report the relationships of BMD measured at several sites, and subsequent fracture risk at multiple sites over >8 years of follow‐up. Although we found almost all fracture types to be related to low BMD, the overall proportion of fractures attributable to low BMD is modest. 
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