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Osteoporosis Case Of The Month

June 14, 2007

This month I will discuss a clinical question that is often asked when I lecture about osteoporosis and bone densitometry. The question is when should a clinician obtain a bone densitometry study? To answer the question I will present 2 cases.

Osteoporosis Ask The Expert

May 14, 2007

Questions this month have been answered by:Simon Kipersztok, MD, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Editorial AdvisorHarvey S. Marchbein, MD, USA, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Chairman and Editorial Advisor

Osteoporosis Ask The Expert

March 14, 2007

Questions this month have been answered by:Simon Kipersztok, MD, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Editorial Advisor Alice Rhoton-Vlasak, MD, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Editorial AdvisoBarry L. Gruber, MD, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Editorial Advisor Harvey S.Marchbein, MD, USA, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Chairman and Editorial Advisor

Osteoporosis Ask The Expert

January 14, 2007

Questions this month have been answered by:Simon Kipersztok, MD, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Editorial Advisor Alice Rhoton-Vlasak, MD, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Editorial Advisor Barry L. Gruber, MD, OBGYN.net Osteoporosis Editorial Advisor

Osteoporosis Ask The Expert

January 14, 2007

I have a good friend who recently broke a rib. She is not very active and is 54 years old. After 6 weeks, she feels her rib is not healing well. She continues to have pain and difficulty breathing. She has tried many calcium supplements and cannot tolerate them through her digestive tract. She has been diagnosed as having osteoporosis. What alternative treatments are available to her to aid in the healing of her rib? Thank you for your help. Regards, Rebecca