All osteoporotically deformed vertebrae with > 34% height loss have radiographically identifiable endplate/cortex fracture
Publication in refereed journal

Times Cited
Altmetrics Information

Other information
AbstractVertebral fractures (VFs) are the most common osteoporotic fracture. A VF, after minor trauma, is a hallmark of osteoporosis. Prevalent VFs increase the risk of future vertebral and nonvertebral osteoporotic fracture independent of bone mineral density (BMD). VFs are associated with poor life quality, impaired bending and rising, difficulties in the activities of daily living, frailty, higher risk of hospitalisation and higher mortality. It is important to identify and report VFs. Appropriate management of osteoporosis can reduce future fracture risk.
All Author(s) ListMin Deng, Timothy C.Y. Kwok, Jason C.S. Leung, Ping Chung Leung, Yì Xiáng J. Wáng
Journal nameJournal of Orthopaedic Translation
Volume Number14
Pages63 - 66
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsosteoporosis, radiography, vertebral fractures

Last updated on 2021-17-09 at 23:52