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Title: Postmenopausal women with Colles' fracture have lower values of bone mineral density than controls as measured by quantitative ultrasound and densitometry
Authors: Sosa, Manuel 
Saavedra, P.
Del Pino-Montes, J.
Alegre, J.
Pérez-Cano, R.
Martínez Díaz Guerra, G.
Díaz-Curiel, M.
Valero, C.
Muñoz-Torres, M.
Torrijos, A.
Mosquera, J.
Gómez-Alonso, C.
Corral Goudino, L.
Alonso Valdivieso, J. L.
Montilla, C.
Álvarez Lario, B.
Pérez Temprano, A.
Gómez De Tejada Romero, M. J. 
Hawkins Carranza, F.
Jódar Gimeno, E.
Moro, M. J.
González-Macías, J.
Olmos, J.
Lago, Ana Castro
Cannata Andía, J.
Hernández, D.
Sarmiento, J.
UNESCO Clasification: 32 Ciencias médicas
320714 Osteopatología
Keywords: Colles' Fracture
Forearm
Distal Radius
Quantitative Ultrasound
Bone Mineral Density (Bmd)
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: 1094-6950
Journal: Journal of Clinical Densitometry 
Abstract: Measurement of ultrasonographic parameters provides information concerning not only bone density but also bone architecture. We investigated the usefulness of ultrasonographic parameters and bone mineral density (BMD) to evaluate the probability of Colles' fracture. Two-hundred eighty-nine postmenopausal women (62.3 ± 8.7 yr) with (n = 76) and without (n = 213) Colles' fracture were studied. BMD of lumbar spine and proximal femur was evaluated in all women by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) and speed of sound (SOS), broadband ultrasound attenuation (BUA), and stiffness in the calcaneus were measured by a Sahara ultrasonometer (Hologic). Patients suffering from Colles' fracture had lower values of BMD adjusted by height at the lumbar spine, L2-L4 (0.797 g/cm2 vs 0.860 g/cm2), femoral neck (0.685 g/cm 2 vs 0.712 g/cm2), SOS (1518 m/sg vs 1525 m/sg), and stiffness (74.6 vs 77.7) (p < 0.05). Nevertheless, BUA values were similar in both groups. After stepwise logistic regression analysis, the area found under receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curves was 0.60 for L2L4 and 0.63 for a formula combining L2L4 and height. Our data suggest that patients suffering from Colles' fracture have lower values of BMD by DXA, SOS, and stiffness. However, the ability of these techniques to discriminate is low because the values for the area under ROC curve are 0.60 for L2-L4 and 0.63 for a formula derived of the combination of L2-L4 and height. © Copyright 2005 by Humana Press Inc. All rights of any nature whatsoever reserved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/49455
ISSN: 1094-6950
DOI: 10.1385/JCD:8:4:430
Source: Journal Of Clinical Densitometry [ISSN 1094-6950], v. 8 (4), p. 430-435, (Invierno 2005)
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