Characteristics Of Hip Fracture Patients With And Without Previous Minimal Trauma Fractures: Are We Missing Secondary Prevention?
Introduction: Minimal trauma fracture (MTF) is a recognized risk factor for subsequent fractures including hip fractures (HF).1 Antiosteoporotic treatment is recommended for secondary bone fracture prevention, but data on its use and efficacy are limited and controversial.2, 3 Aims: To evaluate the incidence of MTF prior to the hip fracture (HF), and compare main parameters of mineral and bone metabolism in patients with and without prior MTF in regard to antiosteoporotic treatment...[Show more]
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