Higher efficacy of urinary bone resorption marker measurements in assessing response to treatment for osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.

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Osteoporosis has reached epidemic proportions. This situation has stimulated the development of biochemical markers to assist in assessing osteoporotic risk and monitoring treatment efficacy. Biochemical markers for assessing the level of bone resorption have been developed during the last few decades. One of the most widely used bone resorption markers is… (More)

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