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The applicability of biochemical markers of bone metabolism for predicting the risk of bone fractures and for the assessment of bone tissue resorption in the course of osteoporosis



The applicability of biochemical markers of bone metabolism for predicting the risk of bone fractures and for the assessment of bone tissue resorption in the course of osteoporosis



Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology 27(2): 118-120



The role of increased metabolism of bone tissue as a risk factor for bone fractures in the course of osteoporosis has been investigated. The importance of the assay of biochemical markers of bone remodelling for determining the degree of bone tissue resorption has been evaluated.

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