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Fracture

Known as: FRACTURE BONE, fractured, fractured bone 
A traumatic injury to the bone in which the continuity of the bone is broken.
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2019
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Sarcopenia is a potentially modifiable risk factor for falls and fractures in older adults, but the strength of the association… Expand
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2019
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2019
Prediction models in health care aim to predict for an individual whether a particular outcome, such as disease, is present… Expand
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2019
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2019
Objective To estimate the association between the use of sodium glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors and postmarket harms… Expand
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2019
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2019
Glucocorticoids remain widely used for many medical conditions, and fractures are the most serious common adverse event related… Expand
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2019
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2019
Although air pollution is well known to be harmful to the lung and airways, it can also damage most other organ systems of the… Expand
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2018
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2018
Hip fracture is an important and debilitating condition in older people, particularly in women. The epidemiological data varies… Expand
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2018
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2018
Osteoporosis is a progressive skeletal disease characterized by decreased bone mass and degraded bone microstructure, which leads… Expand
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2018
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2018
OBJECTIVES To update the 2012 recommendations on pharmacotherapy for postmenopausal osteoporosis, under the aegis of the Bone… Expand
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2018
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2018
Abstract The etiology of endemic rickets was discovered a century ago. Vitamin D is the precursor of 25-hydroxyvitamin D and… Expand
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2018
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2018
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to re-examine the extant research on last-mile logistics (LML) models and consider… Expand
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