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Formerly known as osteoporosis type II, senile osteoporosis has been recently recognized as a geriatric syndrome with a particular pathohysiology. A clinician scientist at the University of Sydney, Dr. Gustavo Duque, has dedicated his research to the elucidation of the mechanisms involved in senile osteoporosis. For more information about this syndrome visit this webpage:
A new book on Osteoporosis in Older Adults is coming soon, for more info go to:
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