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Glucocorticoid‐Induced Osteoporosis

Published: June 2017
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  • 10 pages
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  • 4.25" x 7.25"
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Additional Information
  • Key Points 
  • Diagnostic Tables 
  • Fracture Risk Categories in GC-Treated Patients
  • Diagnostic Algorithms  
  • Initial Fracture Risk Assessment
  • Reassessment of Fracture Risk 
  • Treatment Tables 
  • Prevention of GIOP in Adults (Women not of Child-Bearing Potential and Men) Beginning Long-Term GC Treatment
  • Prevention of GIOP in Special Populations of Patients Beginning Long-Term GC Treatment
  • Follow-Up Treatment for Prevention of GIOP 
  • Treatment Algorithm 
  • Initial Pharmacologic Treatment for Adults
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