Patients with hip osteoarthritis have a phenotype with high bone mass and low lean body mass.

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BACKGROUND Although hip osteoarthritis (OA) is common, its etiology is poorly understood. Specifically, it is not known whether hip OA is associated with abnormal relationships among the anthropometric and musculoskeletal characteristics that are associated with OA in general. QUESTIONS We asked whether patients with primary hip OA have a phenotype with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11999-013-3395-7

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@article{Karlsson2014PatientsWH, title={Patients with hip osteoarthritis have a phenotype with high bone mass and low lean body mass.}, author={Magnus Karlsson and H{\aa}kan Magnusson and Maria C C{\"{o}ster and Tord Vonschewelov and Caroline L J Karlsson and Bjorn Erik Rosengren}, journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research}, year={2014}, volume={472 4}, pages={1224-9} }