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Valdés-Flores M, Casas-Ávila L, Falcón-Ramírez E, Ponce-de-León-Suárez V
Aspectos genéticos de la osteoporosis
Rev Invest Clin 2012; 64 (3)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 72
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FRAGMENTO

CASO CLÍNICO
Mujer de 78 años de edad, soltera, ama de casa, sin antecedentes heredo-familiares de importancia, incluyendo historia familiar de fracturas. Refirió menarca a los 13 años, con ritmo regular hasta los 48, en los que se presentó menopausia natural; sin gestaciones, negó uso de anticonceptivos hormonales o terapia de reemplazo. Presentó tuberculosis pulmonar a los 30 años, se trató durante dos años con fármacos que no recordó, se negó diabética e hipertensa.


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