Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 22474
  Title Arresting the silent thief [ostroporosis] [audio lecture]
Journal DC Tracts. 2012 Fall;24(3):3-4
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Audio Lecture

Lecture ii Outline

I. Osteoporosis- defined
  A. Biophysiology of bone
      1. bone deposition
      2. bone loss
  B. Biomechanics of bone

II. Osteoporosis - diagnosed
  A. Use of plain fim radiographs
  B. Advanced imaging (dual-energy X-ray  absorptiometry)

III. Osteoporosis - who's at risk?
  A. Non-modifiable risk factors
  B. Modifiable risk factors

IV. Osteoporosis - by the numbers
V. Osteoporosis - Clinical features
  A. Tupes of fractures
  B. Vertebral fractures
  C. Hip fractures

VI. Osteoporosis - Management strategies
  A. Wellness
  B. Health promotion and disease prevention
  C. Primary prevention
  D. Second prevention
  E. Tertiary prevention
  F.  Falls prevention
     1. biological/medical risk factors
     2. environmental risk factors
     3. behavioral risk factors

VII. Summary

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