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Metabolic bone disease in patients receiving long-term parenteral nutrition.
Metabolic bone disease is present at diagnosis in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
Two researches confirm that adding higher concentrations of calcium and phosphate to Troph Amin, an amino acid injection, while maintaining its solubility improved neonatal parentral nutrition and reduced the rate of metabolic bone disease.
Metabolic bone disease is a common yet preventable condition in waterfowl living in public parks.
Co-morbidities found that appeared to be a trend were coronary artery or peripheral vascular disease or stroke in 37%, metabolic bone disease (including osteoporosis) in 32%, and rheumatoid arthritis in 16%.
Metabolic bone disease remains a significant and common complication of CD.
Of the 4,11,744 patients identified with the disorders of bone and mineral metabolism, 2,13,760 (52%) had nutritional bone disease, 1,77,200 (43%) had endemic skeletal fluorosis and 20,784 (5%) had metabolic bone disease and in 41 patients (0.
For patients with stage 5 CKD who have low bone mineral density or fragility fractures, a double tetracycline-labeled bone biopsy is necessary to rule out other causes of metabolic bone disease and confirm a diagnosis of osteoporosis.
Dr Richard Keen, consultant in metabolic bone disease at London's Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, said: "It may help to explain why osteoporosis is becoming more prevalent and there is concern about bone strength in the younger children.
Lindsay, president of the National Osteoporosis Foundation and director of the metabolic bone disease unit at St.
Medical-Scientific Director, Center for Metabolic Bone Disease and Molecular Research, Shriners Hospitals for Children, St.