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Effects of Age, Disease, and Drugs on Bone Density

  • Sydney Lou Bonnick
Part of the Current Clinical Practice book series (CCP)

Abstract

When the clinician must quantify the effects of a disease process on the skeleton, the sites affected by that disease process must be known in order to choose the appropriate skeletal region to measure. Similarly, if the effect of a disease process on the skeleton is to be followed over time with densitometry, the expected magnitude of the change must be known in order to choose the appropriate interval between measurements.* The sites expected to be affected by certain drugs and the magnitude of changes with time must also be appreciated for similar reasons. All of this must be appreciated against the background of the expected age-related changes in bone density. Brief summaries of the effects of age, disease, and drugs on the skeleton follow. The reader is referred to the cited references for more detailed descriptions of the actual studies.

Keywords

Bone Mineral Density Lumbar Spine Femoral Neck Distal Radius Proximal Femur 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sydney Lou Bonnick
    • 1
  1. 1.Texas Woman’s UniversityDentonUSA

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