Transient osteoporosis is now a well-recognized syndrome characterized by a symptomatic, regional osteoporosis. The syndrome-related problems and complications frequently interfere with the activities of daily life. Increasing numbers of patients will appear, so it is likely that total treatment, aiming to shorten the duration of the disease, avoid potential hazardous complications, and achieve rapid and full, uncomplicated return to previous levels of activities, will be required.
|Title of host publication||Orthopaedic Issues in Osteoporosis|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
|Name||Orthopaedic Issues in Osteoporosis|
Wuisman, P. I., & Meijer, O. G. (2002). Transient osteoporosis - a regional osteoporosis in the clinic. In Orthopaedic Issues in Osteoporosis (pp. 415-443). (Orthopaedic Issues in Osteoporosis). CRC Press.