Cortical bone and fracture risk: The Tromsø Study
Paper I: Kral, R., Osima, M., Borgen, T. T., Vestgaard, R., Richardsen, E., Bjørnerem, Å. (2017). Increased cortical porosity and reduced cortical thickness of the proximal femur are associated with nonvertebral fracture independent of Fracture Risk Assessment Tool and Garvan estimates in postmenopausal women. PLoS ONE 12(9):e0185363. The article is available at http://hdl.handle.net/10037/11902.
Paper II: Kral, R., Osima, M., Vestgaard, R., Richardsen, E., Bjørnerem, Å. Women with fracture, unidentified by FRAX, but identified by cortical porosity, have a different patient profile that contribute to fracture risk. (Manuscript). Published version with altered title is available in Bone, 116 (2018) 259-265: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bone.2018.08.018.
Paper III: Osima, M., Kral, R., Borgen, T. T., Høgestøl, I. K., Joakimsen, R. M., Eriksen, E. F., Bjørnerem, Å. (2017). Women with type 2 diabetes mellitus have lower cortical porosity of the proximal femoral shaft using low-resolution CT than nondiabetic women, and increasing glucose is associated with reduced cortical porosity. Bone, 97, 252-260. Also available in https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bone.2017.01.037.
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