Understand and learn to assess fracture risk in osteoporotic women and men, the fundamentals of diagnosis and prevention of falls, and the foundations of a best practice management plan that can evolve as the risk changes
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1. The WHO defines severe postmenopausal osteoporosis as a T-score of:
2. A decrease in BMD of 0.2g/cm2 is associated with a ________ increase in fracture risk.
3. Diagnosis of osteoporosis is made on the basis of DXA-measured BMD values only.
4. Which option is incorrect? When diagnosing osteoporosis in men:
5. For the osteoporotic patient at high risk of fracture, initiate treatment with: