Current concepts in pediatric bone disease.

Abstract

It is widely believed that osteoporosis prevention may be best accomplished during childhood and adolescence, when bones are growing rapidly and are most sensitive to environmental influences, such as diet and physical activity. For children with chronic diseases, a variety of factors may influence normal bone mineralization, including altered growth… (More)

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@article{Leonard2002CurrentCI, title={Current concepts in pediatric bone disease.}, author={Mary B. Leonard and Babette S Zemel}, journal={Pediatric clinics of North America}, year={2002}, volume={49 1}, pages={143-73} }