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Остеопороз и остеопатии

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Факторы риска остеопороза и переломов

https://doi.org/10.14341/osteo2009133-38

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Аннотация

Остеопороз является заболеванием, при котором ранняя постановка диагноза крайне затруднена. Поэтому в последние годы большое внимание уделяют выявлению факторов риска, которые позволяют заподозрить это заболевание. Был проведен поиск медицинской литературы в библиографических базах MEDLINE и Cochrane Collaboration за период с 2004 по 2008 г. Поисковый запрос формировался по ключевым словам: остеопороз и факторы риска, остеопороз и падения, переломы, кость и факторы риска. Кроме этого были использованы данные ряда национальных рекомендаций по лечению остеопороза. Всего в анализ вошло 534 статьи. Двумя экспертами после анализа их качества было отобрано 37 источников, вошедших в обзор. В настоящей статье представлены данные, касающиеся различных факторов риска остеопороза, с оценкой их влияния на возникновение переломов костей.

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., ., ., . Факторы риска остеопороза и переломов. Остеопороз и остеопатии. 2009;12(1):33-38. https://doi.org/10.14341/osteo2009133-38

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Ershova O.B., Belova K.Yu., Nazarova A.V., Novikova I.V. Faktory riska osteoporoza i perelomov. Osteoporosis and Bone Diseases. 2009;12(1):33-38. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.14341/osteo2009133-38

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