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Existing severe osteoporotic vertebral fractures in elderly Chinese males were only weakly associated with higher further vertebral fracture risk at year-4 follow-up

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Wáng, Y., Che-Nordin, N., Leung, J. et al. Existing severe osteoporotic vertebral fractures in elderly Chinese males were only weakly associated with higher further vertebral fracture risk at year-4 follow-up. Osteoporos Int 31, 1593–1594 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00198-020-05480-3

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