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Osteoporosis : who should be treated ? SymposiumDELMAS, PIERRE D.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, issn 0002-9343, 92 p.Conference Proceedings

What should be done at the time of menopause ?CHRISTIANSEN, C.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.56S-2A.59S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

The economic and human costs of osteoporotic fractureBARRETT-CONNOR, E.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.3S-2A.8S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Radiographic absorptiometry in the diagnosis of osteoporosisYATES, A. J; ROSS, P. D; LYDICK, E et al.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.41S-2A.47S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Efficacy of treatment of osteoporotic fracturesEISMAN, J. A.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.17S-2A.23S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

The patient with fracture : the risk of subsequent fracturesSILMAN, A. J.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.12S-2A.16S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Treatment of osteoporosis in elderly womenKANIS, J. A.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.60S-2A.66S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

The burden of osteoporosis : costLINDSAY, R.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.9S-2A.11S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

The dilemma of osteoporosis in menSEEMAN, E.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.76S-2A.88S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

The role of bone lossRIIS, B. J.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.29S-2A.32S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Why elderly women should be screened and treated to prevent osteoporosisBLACK, D. M.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.67S-2A.75S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Can we detect women with low bone mass using clinical risk factors ?RIBOT, C; TREMOLLIERES, F; POUILLES, J.-M et al.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.52S-2A.55S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Quantitative ultrasound : a technique to target women with low bone mass for preventive therapyBARAN, D. T.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.48S-2A.51S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Bone mass measurements and risk of fracture in Caucasian women : a review of findings from prospective studiesCUMMINGS, S. R; BLACK, D.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.24S-2A.28S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

Identification of patients with low bone mass by single photon absorptiometry and single-energy X-ray absorptiometryJOHNSTON, C. C; SLEMENDA, C. W.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.37S-2A.40S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

The role of dual energy X-ray absorptiometry of lumbar spine and proximal femur in the diagnosis and follow-up of osteoporosisRIZZOLI, R; SLOSMAN, D; BONJOUR, J.-P et al.The American journal of medicine. 1995, Vol 98, Num 2A, pp 2A.33S-2A.36S, issn 0002-9343Conference Paper

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