Bisphosphonate-associated femoral fracture: implication for management

Ilenia Pepe, Umberto Martorana, Gaspare Gulotta, Antonino Agrusa, Ilenia Pepe, Nicola Napoli, Edy Costanzagaglio, Maria Ritarinella, Reinaarmamento-Villareal, Florianaadragna, Valentina Cannone, Francesca Scozzari, Gaspare Cusumano, Edy Costanza Gaglio, Floriana Adragna, Francesca Scozzari, Gaspare Cusumano, Maria Rita Rinella, Valentina Cannone

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Studies carried out on individuals being treated longterm with bisphosphonates have provoked considerable interestand perplexity about the effect that these drugs have on boneturnover in the long run.In fact the experiences reported by numerous researcherstend to highlight how treatment with high doses of bisphosphonatesover many years, of individuals with osteoporosis complicatedby or secondary to neoplastic pathologies, causes asuppression of bone turnover that over time predisposes thebone to the accumulation of micro damage that can then resultin complicated fractures, as in the case described here.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)131-132
Numero di pagine2
RivistaActa Medica Mediterranea
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2008

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