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Physicians changing postmenopausal sex hormone prescribing regimens.

Gruber JS, Luciani CT.
PMID: 3725795
Prog Clin Biol Res. 1986;216:325-35.

No abstract available.

The effect of oral contraceptives on lumbar bone density in premenopausal women.

Collins CL, Thomas KA, Harding AF, Cook SD, Turner JL, Collins JH.
PMID: 3171567
J La State Med Soc. 1988 Sep;140(9):31-2, 35-9.

No abstract available.

Osteoporosis. Module 2. Prevention and treatment.

[No authors listed]
PMID: 3799457
Am Pharm. 1986 Nov;(11):47-50.

No abstract available.

Effect of vitamin D metabolites on bone metabolism in a rat model of postmenopausal osteoporosis.

Matsumoto T, Ezawa I, Morita K, Kawanobe Y, Ogata E.
PMID: 3915757
J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo). 1985 Dec;31:S61-5. doi: 10.3177/jnsv.31.supplement_s61.

A rat model of postmenopausal osteoporosis was introduced, using ovariectomized rats on a low Ca diet. CT treatment of these animals for one month prevented the decrease in both mineral contents and physical properties of the femoral bone. Treatment...

Physical activity and bone.

Suominen H.
PMID: 3076043
Ann Chir Gynaecol. 1988;77(5):184-8.

It has been shown in many circumstances that immobilization can cause loss of bone mineral content. There is also evidence that athletes from various sports have higher bone mineral density than less active controls. In studies of non-athletic populations...

[Comment on "consensus report": consensus development conference: prevention and treatment of osteoporosis].

Ziegler R.
PMID: 3070146
Klin Wochenschr. 1988 Oct 17;66(20):1044-6. doi: 10.1007/BF01733457.

No abstract available.

Osteoporosis: prevention during the adolescent and young adult years.

Ausenhus MK.
PMID: 3173821
Nurse Pract. 1988 Sep;13(9):42, 45, 48.

Osteoporosis is becoming recognized as one of today's serious public health problems. The problem is compounded by the fact that to date, no clearly defined cure has been found. Recent studies have uncovered measures that may prevent or help...

Physical activity and bone mineral content in women aged 30 to 85 years.

Stillman RJ, Lohman TG, Slaughter MH, Massey BH.
PMID: 3773675
Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1986 Oct;18(5):576-80.

The relationship of bone mineral content and level of physical activity was investigated in 83 Caucasian females, aged 30 to 85 yr. Bone mineral content was measured by photon absorptiometry at a site one-third the distance from the distal...

Intranasal calcitonin and prevention of postmenopausal bone loss.

Thamsborg G, Storm T, Sykulski R, Brinch E, Andersen NF, Holmegard SN, Soerensen OH.
PMID: 2893209
Lancet. 1988 Feb 20;1(8582):413. doi: 10.1016/s0140-6736(88)91203-2.

No abstract available.

Differential effects of thiazide and estrogen upon bone mineral content and fracture prevalence.

Wasnich RD, Ross PD, Heilbrun LK, Vogel JM, Yano K, Benfante RJ.
PMID: 3960416
Obstet Gynecol. 1986 Apr;67(4):457-62.

Individual and combined effects of thiazides and estrogens upon bone mineral content at four sites (proximal radius, distal radius, os calcis, lumbar spine) and fracture prevalence were assessed retrospectively in 993 postmenopausal women. Compared with untreated women, use of...

Screening for osteoporosis.

Reed AT, Birge SJ.
PMID: 3392375
J Gerontol Nurs. 1988 Jul;14(7):18-20. doi: 10.3928/0098-9134-19880701-05.

No abstract available.

Calcitonin for prevention of postmenopausal bone loss.

MacIntyre I, Stevenson JC, Whitehead MI, Wimalawansa SJ, Banks LM, Healy MJ.
PMID: 2895829
Lancet. 1988 Apr 23;1(8591):900-2. doi: 10.1016/s0140-6736(88)91712-6.

A 2-year randomised pilot study was conducted in 70 patients to see whether the osteoclast-inhibiting effect of calcitonin would reduce postmenopausal vertebral bone loss. An oestradiol-treated group was included in the study as a positive control since oestrogens are...

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