3 edition of Osteoporotic Syndrome found in the catalog.
January 15, 1993
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||213|
Book ReviewThe Osteoporotic Syndrome: Detection, prevention, and treatment. July New England Journal of Medicine. David M. Slovik; . The endocrine system 5 John S. Bevan Endocrine examination 88 Anatomy 89 The physical examination 89 Hypopituitarism 96 The adrenal glands 98 Cushing’s syndrome 98 Addison’s disease 98 The gonads 98 Reproductive disorders 98 Other endocrine disorders Carcinoid syndrome which may be a sign of osteoporotic vertebral collapse.
Osteoporosis occurs when bone density decreases. This affects the structure and strength of bones and makes fractures more likely. Osteoporosis is most common in women after menopause, but anyone Author: Markus Macgill. Osteopoikilosis is a condition in which many small, roundish spots are found in the bones, particularly near the joints. These spots are areas of bone tissue that did not develop properly and are exceptionally dense. They usually do not cause symptoms and do not change over time. Osteopoikilosis can be diagnosed at any age and is often detected by chance when .
osteoporotic pain in the central/peripheral ne rvous system. Regarding the detail of the each Regarding the detail of the each agent, please refer to th e following subsections. osteoporotic: (os'tē-ō-pŏ-rot'ik), Pertaining to, characterized by, or causing a porous condition of the bones.
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The Osteoporotic Syndrome has been updated to include the latest clinical and research data and is liberally illustrated with detailed figures.
Clinicians dealing with metabolic bone degeneration will find this book provides valuable information on the diagnosis and day-to-day management of osteoporosis.|Metabolic bone degeneration (osteoporosis) affects millions Format: Paperback.
Incorporating advances made within just the past five years, The Osteoporotic Syndrome: Detection, Prevention, and Treatment serves as an up-to-date, practical guide to the Metabolic bone degeneration (osteoporosis) affects millions of people--primarily postmenopausal women--and is directly responsible for debilitating hip, vertebral, and limb Pages: Incorporating advances made within just the past five years, The Osteoporotic Syndrome: Detection, Prevention, and Treatment serves as an up-to-date, practical guide to the major clinical aspects of osteoporosis.
The text is liberally illustrated with detailed figures. Incorporating advances made within just the past five years, The Osteoporotic Syndrome: Detection, Prevention, and Treatment serves as an up-to-date, practical guide to the major clinical aspects of osteoporosis.
Incorporating advances made within just the past five years, The Osteoporotic Syndrome: Detection, Prevention, and Treatment serves as an up-to-date, practical guide to the major clinical aspects of osteoporosis. The text is liberally illustrated with detailed : Elsevier Science. "The Osteoporosis Book by osteoporosis researcher Nancy E.
Lane, M.D., codirector of rheumatology at San Francisco General Hospital, covers all bases: a description of the disease and its causes, who is at risk, diagnosis, prevention, treatment Cited by: 8. The Osteoporotic Syndrome: Detection, Prevention, and Treatment, L.
Avioli, Editor; Academic Press, Publ.,pgs. This is the fourth edition of this concise multiauthored book on osteoporosis that again is edited by Dr. Louis V. Avioli. The previous editions have been very successful, and this one will be : B. Riggs. The Osteoporotic Syndrome | ScienceDirect Now in its fourth edition, Osteoporosis is a classic reference on this disease, comprising a tremendous wealth of knowledge in a single source not found elsewhere.
Purchase Osteoporosis - 4th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAbstract This chapter introduces the topic of osteoporosis from the perspective of the bone.
Its purpose is to consider the definition of osteoporosis and to discuss the nature of osteoporotic bone, including the characteristics that affect its ability to resist fracture.
This book consists of eight monographs relating to the impact of the menopause on the skeleton and the subsequent development of osteopenia and osteoporosis in women at risk. The articles are generally well written and : Stanley Wallach. The Hardcover of the The Osteoporotic Syndrome: Detection, Prevention, Treatment by Louis V.
Avioli at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Osteoporosis is a global threat because it can impact every human being as they age.
In this new edition, the authors point out the enormous scale of the problem in terms of human suffering. Eight chapters by eight authorities on metabolic bone disease: the osteoporosis of menopause; epidemiology of age-related fractures; quantitation of bone mass; bone biopsy; prevention of age-related osteoporosis; care of the elderly osteoporotic woman.
Referenced and indexed. Well-illustrated. Osteoporosis is a prevalent disease characterized by reduced bone mass and architectural deterioration, which leads to structurally weakened bone and increased risk of fragility fractures.
A fragility fracture is defined as a fracture occurring with minimal trauma, such as falling from standing height. These fractures rise exponentially with age and most Cited by: 1.
As a resource for the clinician dealing with metabolic bone degeneration, this book represents an excellent source of information on the diagnosis and day-to-day management of osteoporosis. Topics covered include; Therapy with Vitamin D metabolites, sodium fluoride, thiazides, and isoflavones; Biochemical markers of bone turnover.
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osteoporotic hip fractures will occur in Asia by the year Spinal compression fractures are one of the most common types of osteoporotic fractures. They can result in severe back pain, loss of height, deformity, immobility, increased number of bed days, reduced pulmonary function, and even premature death.
mineralized; the result is a syndrome of bone loss accompanied by bone pain, myopathy, fatigue, and fractures. 50% of osteoporotic men may have a secondary cause. The most commonly reported secondary causes of osteoporosis in men include hypogonadism and malabsorption syndromes, including gastrectomy.
File Size: KB. With a steady increase in our aging population of which the majority are women, the osteoporotic-fracture syndrome is acquiring a sinister medical, social, and economic importance.
This book on osteoporosis, written by eight eminent scholars in the field, is a timely and important contribution to a neglected : Lila A.
Wallis. Cite this chapter as: da Silva J.A.P., Woolf A.D. () Osteoporotic Syndrome Osteoporosis. In: Rheumatology in Practice.
Springer, LondonAuthor: José António Pereira da Silva, Anthony D. Woolf.These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.Osteoporosis Overview. Osteoporosis, or thinning bones, can result in painful fractures. Risk factors for osteoporosis include aging, being female.