Pathogenesis of vertebral crush fractures in men.

@article{Baillie1992PathogenesisOV,
  title={Pathogenesis of vertebral crush fractures in men.},
  author={Stewart Baillie and Carolyn Davison and Frederick J Johnson and Roger M. Francis},
  journal={Age and ageing},
  year={1992},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={139-41}
}
In a series of 70 men with vertebral crush fractures, 38 (54%) were found to have an underlying secondary cause of osteoporosis such as hypogonadism (16%), oral steroid therapy (13%), neoplastic disease (9%), excess alcohol consumption (6%), gastric surgery (1%) or a combination of these factors (10%). The diagnosis of secondary osteoporosis was not always apparent from the clinical history and physical examination, suggesting that appropriate investigations should be performed in all men with… CONTINUE READING

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