Pathomechanisms and management of osteoporotic pain with no traumatic evidence

@inproceedings{Orita2017PathomechanismsAM,
  title={Pathomechanisms and management of osteoporotic pain with no traumatic evidence},
  author={Sumihisa Orita and Kazuhide Inage and Miyako Suzuki and Kazuki Fujimoto and Kazuyo Yamauchi and Junichi Nakamura and Yusuke Matsuura and Takeo Furuya and Masao Koda and Kazuhisa Takahashi and Seiji Ohtori},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction: Osteoporosis is a pathological state with an unbalanced bone metabolism mainly caused by accelerated osteoporotic osteoclast activity due to a postmenopausal estrogen deficiency, and it causes some kinds of pain, which can be divided into two types: traumatic pain due to a fragility fracture from impaired rigidity, and pain derived from an osteoporotic pathology without evidence of fracture. We aimed to review the concepts of osteoporosis-related pain and its management. Methods… CONTINUE READING

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