Radiology and imaging determinants of bone mass.

Abstract

Osteoporosis is a disease that shows no symptoms until fractures occur, and for that reason, relatively few diagnoses are made in time for effective therapy to be administered. Consequently, a large number of individuals experience the pain, expense, disability, and decreased quality of life caused by these age-related fractures. Sufficient diagnosis should… (More)

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@article{Christiansen1991RadiologyAI, title={Radiology and imaging determinants of bone mass.}, author={Cecilie Christiansen}, journal={Current opinion in rheumatology}, year={1991}, volume={3 3}, pages={466-71} }