An overview of the use of the fracture risk assessment tool (FRAX) in osteoporosis - Journal of Endocrinological Investigation thumbnail
An overview of the use of the fracture risk assessment tool (FRAX) in osteoporosis - Journal of Endocrinological Investigation
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Major osteoporotic fractures hip, clinical spine, forearm, and proximal humerus BMD has a high specificity, its sensitivity is low and the majority of fractures (60–70%) occur in individuals without osteoporosis
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  • Major osteoporotic fractures
  • hip, clinical spine, forearm, and proximal humerus
  • BMD has a high specificity, its sensitivity is low
  • and the majority of fractures (60–70%) occur in individuals without osteoporosis

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