Histomorphometric and biochemical characterization of bone following acute severe burns in children.

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Severe burns in adults is associated with an uncoupling of normal remodeling, low bone formation without reduced resorption. The risk of osteopenia that may occur under such circumstances is heightened by our detection in a cross-sectional study of low bone mass in severely burned children. We report here the acute histomorphometric and biochemical response… (More)

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@article{Klein1995HistomorphometricAB, title={Histomorphometric and biochemical characterization of bone following acute severe burns in children.}, author={Gordon L. Klein and D. N. Herndon and W. G. Goodman and Caroline Langman and W. A. Phillips and I. R. Dickson and Richard Eastell and K. E. Naylor and Nichole Maloney and M. Desai}, journal={Bone}, year={1995}, volume={17 5}, pages={455-60} }