Tips for optimal use of DXA in osteoporosis: diagnosis, fracture risk assessment, detection of fracture and monitoring change in bone density including guidance on premenopausal women, younger men and children
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1. The WHO definition of severe osteoporosis is:
2. T-scores can be used to assess bone density in healthy premenopausal women.
3. Common sources of error in the spine measurement are:
4. In every patient, which of the following skeletal sites should always be used to diagnose osteoporosis?
5. Which of the following factors best predicts future fractures?