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Effects of teriparatide on bone in autochthonous transgenic model mice for diabetes mellitus (Akita mice)

Ohuchi K, Miyakoshi , Kasukawa Y, Segawa T, Kinoshita , Sato C, Fujii M, Shimada Y

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of teriparatide (TPTD) on bone mineral density (BMD), bone strength, and bone quality in Akita mouse models of diabetes...
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Occurrence of vertebral fracture more closely associated with decreased anteroposterior than lateral lumbar bone mineral density

Tsuchie H, Miyakoshi , Kasukawa Y, Nishi T, Abe H, Segawa T, Shimada Y

  • KMID: 2309514
  • Osteoporos Sarcopenia.
  • 2016 Mar;2(1):38-40.
OBJECTIVES: While it has been pointed out that an anteroposterior (AP) view of the lumbar spine may lead to overestimation of the bone mineral density (BMD), a lateral view is...
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Combined treatment with minodronate and vitamin C increases bone mineral density and strength in vitamin C-deficient rats

Segawa T, Miyakoshi , Kasukawa Y, Aonuma H, Tsuchie H, Shimada Y

  • KMID: 2309513
  • Osteoporos Sarcopenia.
  • 2016 Mar;2(1):30-37.
OBJECTIVES: Reduced bone quality caused by vitamin C deficiency in older persons may lead to incidental fragility fractures during bisphosphonate treatment, although bisphosphonate increases bone mineral density (BMD). This study...
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Iatrogenic Lumbar Vertebral Fracture during Osteosynthesis for a Trochanteric Fracture of the Femur in Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis

Sasagawa T, Murakami H, Maruhashi , Segawa T, Yamamoto D, Shimizu S, Morita Y, Nakamura T

Vertebral fractures occur with only slight trauma in patients with diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH). However, a lumbar vertebra fracture, due to an intraoperative body position has not been previously...
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