Biochemical Measurements of Bone Turnover in Children and Adolescents

@article{Szulc2000BiochemicalMO,
  title={Biochemical Measurements of Bone Turnover in Children and Adolescents
},
  author={P. Szulc and E. Seeman and P. Delmas},
  journal={Osteoporosis International},
  year={2000},
  volume={11},
  pages={281-294}
}
  • P. Szulc, E. Seeman, P. Delmas
  • Published 2000
  • Medicine
  • Osteoporosis International
  • Abstract: Biochemical measurements of bone turnover are helpful in the study of the pathophysiology of skeletal metabolism and growth. However, interpretation of their results is difficult because they depend on age, pubertal stage, growth velocity, mineral accrual, hormonal regulation, nutritional status, circadian variation, day-to-day variation, method of expression of results of urinary markers, specificity for bone tissue, sensitivity and specificity of assays. Three markers of bone… CONTINUE READING
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