[The relationship between vitamin D insufficiency and hip fracture].
Niigata University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Department of Community Preventive Medicine, Division of Rehabilitation Medicine.
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Dec 01, 2006
Recently the relationship of vitamin D insufficiency and fracture is noticed in elderly people. Vitamin D nutritional status is evaluated by measuring serum 25 (OH) D. Higher prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency is observed in the patients with hip fracture. This suggests that vitamin D insufficiency is one of fracture risk factor and improvement of vitamin D status reduce fracture risk. With the results of recent studies, we would like to discuss about fractures from the viewpoint of vitamin D insufficiency.
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