04Sep 2013
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J Bone Miner Res, (2014) 29; 787–795

The findings represent the first demonstration, using a direct in vivo measure of BMS, of compromised bone material properties in patients with T2D. Further, our results confirm previous studies demonstrating low bone turnover in patients with T2D and highlight the potential detrimental effects of prolonged hyperglycemia on bone quality. Thus, the skeleton needs to be recognized as another important target tissue subject to diabetic complications.

Autor: J N Farr,1 M T Drake,1 S Amin,2 L J Melton III,3 L K McCready,1 Sundeep Khosla1
04Ago 2013
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In conclusion, baseline cardiovascular diseases are common in patients treated with strontium ranelate, with more than half of strontium ranelate users being current

users of antiplatelet drugs or having a history of cerebrovascular disease, peripheral vascular disease or myocardial infarction. Moreover, this observational study shows an increased confounder-adjusted mortality risk in patients treated with strontium ranelate compared with other osteoporosis drugs.

Autor: B. Abrahamsen, E. L. Grove, P. Vestergaard
04Jun 2013
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Froedtert Healthcare, Patient Care Services, Milwaukee, WI, USA, ryanpa@uwm.edu.

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Froedtert Healthcare, Patient Care Services, Milwaukee, WI, USA, ryanpa@uwm.edu.
Osteoporosis International : a Journal Established as Result of Cooperation Between the European Foundation for Osteoporosis and the National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA [2013]

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04Feb 2013
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Vertebral fractures detected “incidentally” by chest radiograph usually do not trigger osteoporosis treatment in older patients.

Background

Vertebral fractures detected “incidentally” by chest radiograph usually do not trigger osteoporosis treatment in older patients. In a 3-arm controlled trial we reported that both physician-directed and enhanced (physician plus patient activation) interventions increased treatment rates more than 10-fold (15%-20% absolute increases) compared with usual care; the cost-effectiveness of these interventions is unknown.

Sumit R. Majumdar, MD, MPHcorrespondencePress enter key for correspondence informationemailPress enter key to Email the author, Douglas A. Lier, MA, Finlay A. McAlister, MD, MSc, Brian H. Rowe, MD, MSc, Kerry Siminoski, MD, David A. Hanley, MD, Anthony S. Russell, MD, Jeffrey A. Johnson, PhD

04Oct 2012
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In paired biopsies of osteoporotic women treated with either strontium ranelate or a placebo for 36 months, characteristics of bone apatite crystals were not influenced by the presence of strontium.

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In paired biopsies of osteoporotic women treated with either strontium ranelate or a placebo for 36 months, characteristics of bone apatite crystals were not influenced by the presence of strontium. The mean rate of substitutions of calcium by strontium ions was 4.5 %.

Autor: A. Doublier, D. Farlay, X. Jaurand, R. Vera, G. Boivin
05Ago 2012
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Frederiek van den Bos1,2, Arlene D. Speelman3, Monique Samson1, Marten Munneke4,5, Bastiaan R. Bloem6 and, Harald J. J. Verhaar1

 Conclusion: bone loss in PD is multifactorial. It is clinically important because of the concomitant risk of fractures. Screening for osteoporosis should be considered more often, and therapeutic interventions should be initiated.
Autor: F. van den Bos. Email: f.vandenbos@hagaziekenhuis.nl
04May 2012
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To reveal the mechanism of inflammation-accompanied osteoporosis, mouse CD11b cells and CD4+CD25+ T cells were cocultured. Our results showed that CD11b+ monocytes cocultured with CD4+CD25+ T cells generated significantly less osteoclasts than those cocultured with CD4+CD25− T cells. The levels of MMP-7 and 9 in coculture supernatant were decreased significantly when CD11b+ monocytes and CD4+CD25+ T cells were cocultured comparing to the CD4+CD25− T cell group. These results highlight the role of CD4+CD25+ T cells on rheumatic osteoporosis.

Autor: P. T. Yang, X. H. Meng, Y. Yang, W. G. Xiao
04Mar 2012
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The secreted protein acidic and rich in cysteine (SPARC), also known as osteonectin, plays an important role in osteoblast formation, maturation, and survival.

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The secreted protein acidic and rich in cysteine (SPARC), also known as osteonectin, plays an important role in osteoblast formation, maturation, and survival. Here, we report the effects of recombinant human parathyroid hormone (1-34) [rhPTH (1-34)], a bone formation-stimulating agent, and elcatonin on plasma SPARC levels in patients with osteoporosis. The rhPTH (1-34) treatment significantly increased plasma SPARC levels, and the change of plasma SPARC correlated positively with changes of lumbar bone mineral density (BMD) at L2–L4. These results unveil that SPARC may be a novel marker related to the regulation of bone formation.

Autor: L. Zhang, L. Li, M. Yang, K. Xu, G. Boden, G. Yang

04Oct 2009
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BMJ. 2009 Oct 1;339:b3692. doi: 10.1136/bmj.b3692. Review.

CONCLUSIONS: Supplemental vitamin D in a dose of 700-1000 IU a day reduced the risk of falling among older individuals by 19% and to a similar degree as active forms of vitamin D. Doses of supplemental vitamin D of less than 700 IU or serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations of less than 60 nmol/l may not reduce the risk of falling among older individuals.

Autor: Bischoff-Ferrari HA, Dawson-Hughes B, Staehelin HB, Orav JE, Stuck AE, Theiler R, Wong JB, Egli A, Kiel DP, Henschkowski J.