The assessment of bone health in young women with childhood-onset type one diabetes mellitus

Naiemh Abdalrahaman
The risk of hip fracture in people with type one diabetes mellitus (T1DM) is reported to be 7 to 12 times greater than in those without T1DM, and this increased risk is evident in both children and young adults. This fracture risk is higher than expected bone mineral density (BMD) measurements, which indicates the likelihood that other skeletal factors, not captured by DXA, may contribute toward increased fracture risk. There is increasing evidence that alteration...
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