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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Antal Salamon, Erzsébet Toldy, Csaba Biró, Ákos Mátrai, Tibor Balassa, and Zoltán Lőcsei

–1733. 2 Dorner T, Weichselbaum E, Lawrence K, et al. Austrian osteoporosis report: epidemiology, lifestyle factors, public health strategies. Wien Med Wochenschr. 2009; 159: 221

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attracted extensive attention in the past years ( 34 , 110 ). The benefits of aerobic/resistance exercise in reducing the incidence of many conditions such as diabetes, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegenerative diseases have been

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Authors: Barbara Buday, Tünde Horváth, Enikő Kulcsár, Csaba Salamon, Botond Literáti Nagy, Kitty Barta, Márta Vitai, Rita Józsa, Istvánné Vecsei, Katalin Bezzegh, József Kiss, Éva Péterfai, László Koltay, and László Korányi

Zimmerman, S. I., Girman, C. J., Buie, V. C. és mtsai: The prevalence of osteoporosis in nursing home residents. Osteoporos. Int., 1999, 9 , 151

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Authors: Simone Funke, Éva Morava, Márta Czakó, Gabriella Vida, Tibor Ertl, and György Kosztolányi

1849 Grant, S. F., Reid, D. M., Blake, G. és mtsai: Reduced bone density and osteoporosis associated with a polymorphic Sp1 binding site in the collagen type Iα1 gene. Nat

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Poór Gy.: Osteoporosis és más metabolikus csontbetegségek a klinikai gyakorlatban. Medicina Kiadó Zrt., Budapest, 2010. Poór Gy. Osteoporosis és más

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. Bratisl. Lek. Listy. 98 107 110 Ryan, P. J., Evans, P., Gibson, T. & Fogelman, I. (1992): Osteoporosis and

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S, Hammond-Jones D, Gamie Z, Polyzois I, Tsiridis E, Tsiridis E: The effect of β-blockers on bone metabolism as potential drugs under investigation for osteoporosis and fracture healing. Expert. Opin. Investig. Drugs 17, 1281–1299 (2008

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treatment of osteoporosis and similar diseases, which has been subjected to many pharmacological [ 1 – 3 ] and structural studies [ 4 – 8 ], in order to explore the structural basis of their activity against bone diseases and against some parasite

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40 Pitukcheewanont P, Safani D, Gilsanz V, Rubin CT: Short term low level mechanical stimulation increases cancellous and cortical bone density and muscles of females with osteoporosis: a

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Instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA) was carried out on hair samples from a group of twenty patients undergoing a study of osteoporosis. Half of these were judged normal. Fourteen elements were measured but only calcium was found to have a correlation with the disease state. Calcium levels in hair were significantly lower (99% confidence level) in patients with osteoporosis. Conversely, calcium levels in the blood of osteoporotic patients were significantly higher (95% confidence level) than those in normals. Though the group studied was small it is felt that the levels of calcium in hair may be of value in diagnosing osteoporosis.

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