Monday December 18th 2017

Relationship Between Bone Mass And Muscle Weakness In Chronic Neurological Diseases (P3.036)

Conclusions: This study demonstrates greater commitment tendency to bone density in regions with weakness, compared to those without it, this could be related to disuse. This series had insufficient vitamin D. The neurologist should consider bone mass evaluation in patients with chronic muscle weakness.Disclosure: Dr. Gutierrez has nothing to disclose. Dr. Rodriguez has nothing to disclose. Dr. Garcea has nothing to disclose. Dr. Rey has nothing to disclose. Dr. Lepera has nothing to disclose. Dr. Monica has nothing to disclose. Dr. Monica has nothing to disclose. Dr. Eduardo has nothing to disclose. Dr. Berenice has nothing to disclose. (Source: Neurology)

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Relationship Between Bone Mass And Muscle Weakness In Chronic Neurological Diseases (P3.036)

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