Transient regional osteoporosis.

  title={Transient regional osteoporosis.},
  author={Antonio Cano-Marquina and Juan Jos{\'e} Tar{\'i}n and Miguel-{\'A}ngel Garc{\'i}a-P{\'e}rez and Ampaeli Cano},
  volume={77 4},
Transient regional osteoporosis (TRO) is a disease that predisposes to fragility fracture in weight bearing joints of mid-life women and men. Pregnant women may also suffer the process, usually at the hip. The prevalence of TRO is lower than the systemic form, associated with postmenopause and advanced age, but may be falsely diminished by under-diagnosis. The disease may be uni- or bilateral, and may migrate to distinct joints. One main feature of TRO is spontaneous recovery. Pain and… CONTINUE READING
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