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Top results for osteoporosis

461. Prevention of steroid-induced osteoporosis with (3-amino-1-hydroxypropylidene)-1,1-bisphosphonate (APD). (PubMed)

Prevention of steroid-induced osteoporosis with (3-amino-1-hydroxypropylidene)-1,1-bisphosphonate (APD). In a prospective, randomised, placebo-controlled trial comparing the effect of (3-amino-1-hydroxypropylidene)-1,1-bisphosphonate (APD) (150 mg/day) plus calcium (1 g/day) with that of calcium alone on the bone mass of patients receiving long-term glucocorticoid therapy, the mean metacarpal cortical area in patients receiving APD increased by 1.2% between 0 and 6 months (p less than 0.06

1988 Lancet

462. Prevention of spinal osteoporosis in oophorectomised women. (PubMed)

Prevention of spinal osteoporosis in oophorectomised women. 100 women who had taken part in a prospective controlled trial of oestrogen therapy for prevention of post-oophorectomy bone loss were reviewed after a median follow-up period of nine years. A significant reduction in height occurred among the placebo-treated group, but not in the group treated with mestranol (mean 23 x 3 micrograms/day). The placebo-treated group had a higher spine score, lower central vertebral height, and larger

1980 Lancet