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Meray, Jale - - 2010
Saridogan, Merih - - 2010
Bisphosphonates are the most commonly used drugs for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Bisphosphonates are generally well tolerated and safe. Nevertheless, adverse events have been noted. Effects on the gastrointestinal tract and kidney function are well recognized, as are transient acute-phase reactions. Atrial fibrillation was first identified as a ...
Ozdemir, Oya - - 2010
Osteoporosis is defined as a disease characterized by a decrease in bone mineral content and derangement in bone microarchitecture, leading to skeletal fragility with a consequent increased fracture risk. Osteoporosis of the spine results in pain, disability and an overall decrease in quality of life. Whereas toracic hyperkyphosis is a ...
Ozyurek, Selahattin - - 2010
Stress fractures are defined as a partial or complete fracture of bone due to an inability to endure a non-violent stress. Two factors have been proposed to explain the aetiology of stress fractures: muscle fatigue, and direct muscle action. We want to point to third factor with our case report: ...
Turkyilmaz, Aysegul - - 2010
Aim: The purpose of this study is to determine bone mineral density (BMD) and the levels of serum 25-OH-vitamin D3 in premenopausal Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) patients, and to examine the effect of them to the pain and quality of life in premenopausal FMS patients.
Saridogan, Merih - - 2010
Aim: To find the correlation with regard to various age groups between bone mineral density (BMD) measured in spine and hip areas and Vitamin D level in 3 different cities.
Kaya, Umran - - 2010
Aim: Vitamin D synthesis in the body is reduced by older ages. It is known that in this age group with occurrence of vitamin D deficiency there is an increase in the number of muscle weakness, musculoskeletal system pain, balance impairment and falling. Quality of life is also negatively affected ...
Kaparov, Asylbek - - 2010
Osteopoikilosis (OPK) is an asymptomatic, rare bone dysplasia. It causes an increase in bone density. The etiology and pathogenesis is unknown. OPK is generally diagnosed incidentally on plain radiographies which were performed for other locomotor system symptoms. Diagnostic lesions of OPK are typically diffuse, round, symmetrically shaped sclerotic bone areas. ...
Hiz, Ozcan - - 2010
Leprosy is a chronical infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium Leprae involving peripheral nerve, skin, reticuloendothelial system, eyes, testicles and other internal organs. Low bone mineral density in male patients with leprosy due to inactivity, neuropathy, musculosceletal pathology, testicular atrophy and hypogonadism is possible. In this report, we present a male ...
Ediz, Levent - - 2010
Aim: The aim of this study was to examine the effect of alendronate 70 mg weekly on knee symptoms in elderly women with osteoporosis and knee OA coexistence.
Dogu, Beril - - 2010
Aim: Hip fractures are the most serious and economically most important complication of osteoporosis. Therefore in our study we examined risk factors associated with osteoporotic hip fractures.
Cevikol, Alev - - 2010
Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of bisphosphonates on new fracture development, bone mineral density and biochemical parameters in osteoporotic patients who were treated with these drugs for 5 years.
Berkit, Isil - - 2009
Steroid induced osteoporosis is the most prevalent form of drug induced osteoporosis. The usage of steroid therapy has various side effects which are associated with organs as skin, eye and many systems such as musculoskeletal system, cantral vervous system, endocrin system, cardiovascular system, immune system and gastrointestinal system. However the ...
Kaparov, Asylbek - - 2009
Spondyloepiphysial dysplasia (SED) is a rare diseases which causes delayed growth, short statue and involves the centre of the vertebral epiphysis. SED congenita and SED tarda are two different clinical forms of this disease. SED tarda with progressive arthropa thy is another rare clinical appearance. SED is more frequently seen ...
Ozdemir, Ferda - - 2009
Aim: The importance of questions for determining osteoporosis (OP) and T score; and the relation between bone mineral density (BMD) and the one-minute OP risk test which is used for evaluating the risk factors of patients for OP, were examined.
Kaya, Kurtulus - - 2009
Aim: Comparison of the effectiveness of strontium ranelate (SR) and alendronate sodium (AS) on bone mineral density (BMD) in postmenopausal osteoporosis.
Tamci, Sebnem - - 2009
Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between handgrip strength and phalangeal bone mineral density (BMD) and to evaluate the confounding factors in highly trained male athletes.
Sezgin, Melek - - 2009
Aim: To investigate whether Bioactive and free sex steroids are associated with bone mineral density (BMD) and bone turnover markers in middle aged men.
Sinaki, Mehrsheed - - 2009
Combining pharmacotherapy with non-pharmacotherapy is fundamental to the successful management of osteopenia and osteoporosis. The choice of pharmacotherapy depends on the patient's age, bone mineral density and serum biochemical markers of bone. HRT should not be used for treatment of osteoporosis. As with pharmacotherapy, rehabilitation management is challenging and innovative. ...
Ekim, Ayse - - 2009
Transient osteoporosis of the hip is an uncommon disease, the cause is not known. This condition is reversible. Because generally the hip joint is effected it is named as "transient osteoporosis of the hip". It is usually seen in women in the third trimester of pregnancy and in middle-aged men. ...
Durmus, Dilek - - 2009
Aim: The aim of this study is to evaluate the knowledge of osteoporosis (OP) and the sources of information about the disease among medical students and the effect of the medical training on their awareness about the OP.
Altunbayrak, Osman - - 2009
Aim: We aimed to show whether or not passive smoking is a risk factor for postmenopausal osteoporosis.
Saygi, Evrim - - 2009
Aim: Osteoporosis is a skeletal system disease characterised by pain, physical disability and increased fracture risk which negatively effect quality of life. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of risedronate treatment on pain and the quality of life at 6th and 12th months.
Karatay, Saliha - - 2009
Aim: This study was performed to investigate the relationship between body composition and regional bone mineral density (BMD) in premenopausal women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
Paker, Nurdan - - 2009
Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between the bone turnover and bone density in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women.
Guler, Hayal - - 2009
Osteonecrosis is defined as the death of bone due to interruption of the blood supply to the bone. Kienbock's disease is osteonecrosis of lunate bone as a resuit of heavy repetitive loading on wrist. We planned to present a 39-year-old patient having pain, swelling and limitation of range of motion ...
Delialioglu, Sibel - - 2009
Aim: The purpose of this study was to determine the performance of osteoporosis risk assessment indices in identifying women with osteoporosis who has high risk for osteoporosis and who will undergo dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA).
Yilmaz, Figen - - 2009
Aim: To compare the effects of one year- long strontium ranelate (SR) and raloxiphene ( R) therapies on bone mineral densities (BMDs) in postmenopausal osteoporotic women.
Solak, Ozlem - - 2009
Amac Osteoporoza bagli vertebral kiriklar ve kifoz acisinda artisa bagli solunum fonksiyonlarinda bozulmalar olabilir. Amacimiz osteoporozu olan hastalarin solunum fonksiyonlarini ve yasam kalitelerini degerlendirmektir.
Kesiktas, Nur - - 2009
Aim: Although vitamin B12 (vit-B12) is known to influence the hemopoeitic and nervous systems, little is known about the skeletal effects of vit-B12. Researchs that demonstrated an association between serum vitamin B-12 concentration and osteoblastic function and its' role in DNA synthesis, which suggesting a relationship between osteoporosis, this randomized ...
Reginster, J.-Y. - - 2008
No prospective head-to-head trials comparing the fracture efficacy of the currently marketed weekly and monthly bisphosphonates have been conducted. Due to the large sample size such studies would require to reliably detect differences in fracture risk and the associated high costs, they are considered to be impractical. Whilst providing the ...
Reginster, J.-Y. - - 2008
No prospective head-to-head trials comparing the fracture efficacy of the currently marketed weekly and monthly bisphosphonates have been conducted. Due to the large sample size such studies would require to reliably detect differences in fracture risk and the associated high costs, they are considered to be impractical. Whilst providing the ...
Kulcu, Duygu - - 2008
Aim: To determine the relationship between bone mineralization and functional activity level of paraplegic patients in short-term after spinal cord injury (SCI).
Sugiyama, T. - - 2008
Female C57BLJ6 mice from 13 to 19 weeks of age were given daily PTH (1-34) (20, 40 or 80 [micro]g/kg/day). For three alternate days per week during the last two weeks of this treatment, the tibiae and ulnae on one side were subjected to a single period of dynamic axial ...
Misra, M. - - 2008
In 17 anorexia nervosa (AN) boys and 17 controls 12-19 years, boys with AN had lower BMD and corresponding Z-scores at the spine, hip, femoral neck, trochanter, intertrochanteric region, and whole body compared with controls. Height adjusted measures (lumbar BMAD and whole body BMCiheight) were also lower. Bone formation and ...
Gunter, K. - - 2008
BMC of the hip over 8 yr in prepubertal children who participated in a 7-mo jumping intervention compared with controls who participated in a stretching program (N=57; jumpers=33, controls=24; 47% of the original participants). After 7 mo, those children that completed high-impact jumping exercises had 3.6% more BMC at the ...
Laing, A.C. - - 2008
15 women participated in "pelvis release experiments," which safely simulate the impact stage of a sideways fall. During the trials, we measured total impact force and mean pressure over the greater trochanter with the participant unpadded, and while wearing two commercially available soft shell protectors. Mean pressure over the greater ...
Aloja, J.F. - - 2008
Calcium and vitamin D in 208 postmenopausal African-American women where the remodeling transient was considered a priori in the study design. Both groups (calcium alone vs. Calcium +20 [micro]g (800 IU) vitamin D(3)) were ensured a calcium intake in excess of 1200 mg/day. There were no differences between the two ...
Zhu, K. - - 2008
302 elderly women (age, 77.2 [+ or -] 4.6 yr) with serum 25(OH)D <60 nM participated in a 1-yr randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. All subjects received 1000 mg calcium citrate per day with either 1000 IU ergocalciferol (vitamin D(2)) or identical placebo (control). At baseline, calcium intake was 1100 mg/d, ...
Miller, P.D. - - 2008
In 188 residents not receiving vitamin D/calcium [Denosumab is a fully human monoclonal antibody inhibits RANKL, a mediator of osteodast formation, function, and survival, decreases bone turnover and increases BMD. Postmenopausal women with a spine T-score of -1.8 to -4.0 or proximal femur T-score of -1.8 to -3.5 were randomized ...
Carter, J.L. - - 2008
In 188 residents not receiving vitamin D/calcium [mean age 85 (range 68- 100) years, 75% female] and in 52 residents receiving vitamin D/calcium, in the former, median PTH increased with declining GFR (P<0.0001), particularly as GFR (mL/min/1.73 m(2)) fell below 45. PTH was suppressed by increasing 25-D, but not 1,25-D ...
Lyles, K.W. - - 2008
Medicare enrollees aged 50 and older in a nursing home in North Carolina in 2000 (n=30,655) were identified and hospitalization claims in the preceding 4 years showed hip fracture (n=7257) or other fracture (n=663) cases. We followed participants from nursing home entry until the end of 2002 using Medicare hospital ...
Rahnert, J. - - 2008
Mechanical loading and nitric oxide (NO) have positive influences on bone mass. NO is induced by strain via upregulation of eNOS mRNA and protein. Strain causes decreased RANKL. Primary Stromal cells from wild-type (WT) and eNOS(-/-) mice showed strain inhibition of RANKL expression was prevented by NOS inhibitors (L-NAME and ...
Adami, S. - - 2008
Serum C-telopeptide of type I collagen (CTX), osteocalcin (OC), and N-terminal propeptide of type I procollagen (P1 NP), serum calcium, creatinine, phosphate, magnesium, and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) were measured in 638 healthy peemenopausal women aged 20-50 years. In 83 women on the contraceptive pill (CP), the levels of the three ...
Yingling, V.R. - - 2008
23-day-old female rats were injected with a GnRH-antagonist at 2 dosage levels (n=15/group). The low dose group (1.25 mg/kg/dose) received daily injections for 27 days (sacrifice 49 days). The high dose group received (5.0 mg/kg/dose) only 5 days per week over a 26 day period (sacrifice 48 days). Significant delays ...
Hourigan, S.R. - - 2008
98 community-dwelling osteopenic women aged 41-78 years were randomized into either a control (receiving no intervention), or exercise group (two one-hour exercise sessions per week for 20 weeks with a trained physiotherapist). 98 women (mean age 62.01 years, SD 8.9 years) enrolled. The mean number of classes attended for the ...
Winer, K.K. - - 2008
Fourteen children aged 4-17 years with chronic hypoparathyroidism were studied in a randomized crossover trial, lasting 28 weeks using once-daily vs. twice-daily PTH1-34. Twice-daily PTH 1-34 increased serum calcium and magnesium levels more effectively than a once-daily dose. PTH 1-34 normalized mean 24 h urine Ca excretion on both treatments. ...
Padilla, F. - - 2008
In 37 specimens of trabecular bones from upper parts of fresh human femurs., 8 mm diameter cylindrical cores were extracted. All QUS parameters correlated to BMD (R=0.83 for nBUA, R=0.81 for 505 and R=0.69 for BUB) and to microarchitectural parameters (R=-0.79 between nBUA and Tb.Sp, R=-0.81 between 505 and Tb.Sp, ...
Kaya, Kurtulus - - 2008
Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia type I (MEN type-I) is a rare autosomal dominant hereditary cancer syndrome presented mostly by tumours of the parathyroids, endocrine pancreas and anterior pituitary. Primary hyperparathyroidism is the most common clinical expression in affected patients, present in more than 90% of cases. Osteoporosis is a frequent and ...
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