About this book
Osteoporosis in Clinical Practice provides a concise review of the current knowledge of osteoporosis. It is aimed at the busy pratitioner who is increasingly involved in the management of osteoporosis and who wants accurate and practical answers to questions that arise in daily clinical practice. All the major aspects are covered including diagnosis, fractures, prevention and treatment. The chapters are written to be concise and each has been written by a recognised expert in the area to provide the reader with the most up-to-date and authoritative knowledge on each of the topics discussed. This will make the book an invaluable source of reference for those general practitioners who are increasingly having to deal with patients with osteoporosis in their daily clinical practice.
X-ray biomechanics bone calcium diagnosis fracture hip menopause osteoporosis pain pathophysiology physiology prevention treatment ultrasound