Osteoporosis therapies work equally well for women at high risk for fracture with high or low bone mineral density, according to data from the virtual American Society for Bone and Mineral Research Annual Meeting.
Women who sustain any type of osteoporotic fracture have higher adjusted all-cause health care costs and indirect costs in the 5 years after fracture compared with matched nonfracture controls, according to a speaker.
A single dose of zoledronic acid effectively maintains large and rapid gains in spine and hip bone mineral density after 15 months of overlapping teriparatide and denosumab therapy, according to a speaker.
An extract made from Curcuma longa, commonly known as turmeric, outperformed placebo for the treatment of osteoarthritis-related knee pain in older adults but had no significant impact on knee effusion-synovitis or cartilage composition, data showed.
Compared with traditional shoulder clinical examinations, simulated telehealth-based examinations have no inferior diagnostic effectiveness in the detection of rotator cuff tears, according to published results.