Prevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication1st Joint Meeting of the International Bone and Mineral Society and the European Calcified Tissue Society
    EditorsRoland Baron
    Place of PublicationUnited States
    PublisherElsevier
    PagesS184
    Volume28
    EditionMadrid, Spain
    ISBN (Print)87563282
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    EventPrevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements - Madrid, Spain
    Duration: 1 Jan 2001 → …

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    ConferencePrevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements
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    Marangou, A., Devine, A., Dhaliwal, S., & Prince, R. (2001). Prevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements. In R. Baron (Ed.), 1st Joint Meeting of the International Bone and Mineral Society and the European Calcified Tissue Society (Madrid, Spain ed., Vol. 28, pp. S184). United States: Elsevier.
    Marangou, Andrew ; Devine, A. ; Dhaliwal, S. ; Prince, Richard. / Prevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements. 1st Joint Meeting of the International Bone and Mineral Society and the European Calcified Tissue Society. editor / Roland Baron. Vol. 28 Madrid, Spain. ed. United States : Elsevier, 2001. pp. S184
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    Marangou, A, Devine, A, Dhaliwal, S & Prince, R 2001, Prevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements. in R Baron (ed.), 1st Joint Meeting of the International Bone and Mineral Society and the European Calcified Tissue Society. Madrid, Spain edn, vol. 28, Elsevier, United States, pp. S184, Prevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements, 1/01/01.

    Prevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements. / Marangou, Andrew; Devine, A.; Dhaliwal, S.; Prince, Richard.

    1st Joint Meeting of the International Bone and Mineral Society and the European Calcified Tissue Society. ed. / Roland Baron. Vol. 28 Madrid, Spain. ed. United States : Elsevier, 2001. p. S184.

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    Marangou A, Devine A, Dhaliwal S, Prince R. Prevalent appendicular fractures in elderly women with normal dexa bone mass are associated with low ultrasound measurements. In Baron R, editor, 1st Joint Meeting of the International Bone and Mineral Society and the European Calcified Tissue Society. Madrid, Spain ed. Vol. 28. United States: Elsevier. 2001. p. S184