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The Association Between Protein Intake by Source an Osteoporotic Fractures in Older men: A Prospective Cohort Study; JBMR 32 (2017), No. 3 592-601

Current Physical Activity is Indepently Associated With Cortical Bone Size and Bone Strength in Elderly Swedish Women; JBMR Vol. 32 (2017), No. 3, 473-485

Cancel the Denosumab Holiday, M.R. McClung; Osteoporos Int (2016) 27; 1677-1682

Goal directed treatment for Osteoporosis: A Progress Report From the ASBMR-NOF Working Group on Goal-Directed Treatment for Osteoporosis, Cummings SR et al.; JBMR Vol. 32(2017), No. 1, 3-10

Risk and prevention of fractures in Patients with Major Medical Illnesses: A Mini-Review, Cummings SR, Eastell R; JBMR Vol. 31(2016), No. 12,2069-2072

Longitudinal Trajectories of TV Watching Across Childhood and Adolescence Predict Bone Mass at Age 20 in the Raine Study, McVeigh JA et al.; JBMR,Vol. 31 (2016), No. 11,2032-2041

Higher dietary Calcium Intakes are associated with reduced Risks of Fractures, Cardiovaskular Events, and Mortality: A Prospektive Cohort Study of Older men and Women; Khan B et al., JBMR 30 (2015) No.10,1758-1766

Calcium intake and the risk of fracture: systematic review, Bolland MJ et al; BMJ 2015;351:h 4580

Bone Mineral changes among women iniating PPI or H2 receptor antagonists: a SWAN cohort study, Solomon DH et al, JBMR 30 (2015), No. 2, 233-248

Diagnosis and Management of Osteonecrosis of the Jaw: A systematic review and international consensus, Khan AA et al, JBMR, Vol 30 (2015), No.1, 4-23

Influence of physical activity on Bone strength in Children and Adolescents: A systematic review and Narrative Synthesis, Tan VPS et al, JBMR, Vol 29 (2014), No. 10, 2161-2181

Milk intake and risk of mortality and fractures in women and men: cohort studies, Michaelsson K et al., BMJ 2014;349:g6015doi:10.1136/bmj.g6015(Published 27 October 2014)

Skeletal structure in Postemenopausal Women with Osteopenia and Fractures is characterized by Abnormal Trabecualr Plates and Cortical Thinning, Stein EM et al., JBMR, Vol. 29, No. 5 (May 2014), pp 1101-1109

Nitrogen-bisphosphonate therapy is linked tocompromised coenzyme Q10 and vitamin E status in postmenopausal women, Kalyan et al., online publication, JClinEndocrinolMetabol, 2014 doi: 10.1210/jc.2013-3648

Prim. Hyperparathyroidism Is Associated With Abnormal Cortical and Trabecular Bone Microstructure and Reduced Bone Stiffness in Postmenopausal Women, EM Stein et al.: JBMR28,5 (2013), 1029-1040

In Obese Postmenopausal Women, Bone Microarchitecture and Strength Are Not Commensurate to Greater Body Weight: The Os des Femmes de Lyon (OFELY) Study, E. Sornay-Rendu et al.: JBMR 28,7 (2013), 1679-1687

Better skeletal Microstructure confers Greater Mechanical Advantages in Chinese-American Women versus White Women, Liu et al.: JBMR 26, 8 (2011), 1783-1801

Abnormal Microarchitecture and Reduced Stiffness at the Radius and Tibia in Postmenopausal Women with Fractures, Stein et al.: JBMR25, 12 (2010), 2296-2305

A longitudinal HR-pQCT Study of Alendronate Treatment in Postmenopausal Women with low Bone Density: Realations Among Density, Cortical and Trabecular Microarchitecture, Biomechanics and Bone Turnover, Burghardt et al.: JBMR, 25, 12 (2010), 2282-2295

Age-related patterns of trabecular and cortical bone loss differ between sexes and skeletal sites: A population based HR-pQCT study, Macdonald et al.: JBMR 26,1 (2011), 50-62

Bone density, Geometry, Microstructure and Stiffness: Relationships between Peripheral and Central Akeletal Sites Assessed by DXA, HR-pQCT an cQCT in Premenopausal Women, Liu et al.: JBMR, 25, 10 (2010), 2229-2238

Microarchitectural Deteriotation of Cortical and Trabecular Bone: Differing Effects of Denosumab and Alendronate, Seman et al.: JBMR, 25, 8 (2010), 1886-1894

Bone microarchitecture and determinants of strength in the radius and tibia: age-related changes in a population-based study of nomal adults measured with high-resolution pQCT, Dalzell N et al: Osteoporosis Int (DOI 10.1007/s00198-008-0833-6, online published 1/2009)

Severity of fractures is Associated With Alterations of Cortical Architecture in Postmenopausal Women; Sornay-Rendu et al, JBMR, 24(4) 2009, 737-743

Practical guidance for the Management of Aromatase Inhibitor-associated Bone loss, Hadji P. et al., Annals of Oncology, doi 10.1093/annonc/mdn164, online published 4/2008

Osteonecrosis of the jaw, who gets it and why? Reid I, Bone 44 (2009),4-10

In Vivo Assessment of Trabecular Bone Microarchitecture by High-Resolution Peripheral Quantitative Computed Tomography, Boutroy S et al., The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 2005; 90(12):6508-651

Versorgung von Osteoporose-Patienten in Deutschland, Häussler B et al. Dtsch Ärztebl 2006; 103(39): A2542-8. www.aerzteblatt.de

Khosla S et al.; Effects of Sex and Age on Bone Microstructure at the Ultradistial Radius: A Population-Based Noninvasive In Vivo Assessment, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 21 (1), 124-131.

Sornay-Rondu E et al.; Alterations of cortical and trabecular architecture are associated with fracturers in postmenopausal women, partially independent of decreased BMD measured by DXA : The OFELY study, JBMR Volume 22 (3,2007) 425-433.

Bolland MJ, Barber PA, Doughty RN, Mason B, Home A, Ames R et a. Vascular events in healthy older women receiving calcium supplementation: randomised controlled trial. BMJ 2008 doi: 10.1136/bmj.39440.525752.BE. (online Publikation)

Jones G, Winzenberg T; Cardiovascular risks of calcium supplements in women (editorial), BMJ 2008;336:226-7

Kanis JA, Burlet N, Cooper C, Delmas PD, Reginster JY, Borgstrom F, Rizzoli R; European guidance for diagnosis and management of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women, Osteoporosis Int 2008, DOI 10.1007/s00198-008-0560-z (online Publikation)

Automated stimulation of areal bone mineral assessment in the distal radius from high-resolution peripheral computed tomography, Burghardt AJ et al.Osteoporosis Int. 2009 DOI 10.1007/s00198-009-0907-0 (online publication)

Osteoporose, Xtreme CT, x-treme CT, DXA, Knochendichte, Knochenstruktur, Dr. Isolde Frieling, Prof. Hans-Peter Kruse