Secondary Causes of Osteoporosis in Men


 In men with osteoporosis, it is critical to exclude underlying pathological causes as these are more likely to be present than in women (Riggs and Melton, 1986). Previous studies have shown that between 30 and 60% of men evaluated for vertebral fractures have another illness contributing to the …

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