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Bone mineral density measurements

how often should bone mineral density be measured in postmenopausal women? Results from the Women’s Health Initiative study

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doi: 10.1097/GME.0000000000000527
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In the article appearing in volume 22, pages 581-583, of Menopause, entitled “Bone mineral density measurements: how often should bone mineral density be measured in postmenopausal women? Results from the Women’s Health Initiative study,” there was an error. On page 582, 2nd column, 2nd paragraph, “Nordic Research on Aging,” should have read, “NORA,” and Reference 3 citation added:

Results from the NORA study with 150,000 women showed that a T score lower than −1.8 was associated with increased fractures.3

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1. Gallagher JC. Bone mineral density measurements: how often should bone mineral density be measured in postmenopausal women? Results from the Women’s Health Initiative study. Menopause 2015; 22: 581–583.
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