Register
Poor Glycemic Control Tied to Bone Formation in Younger Women with Type 2 Diabetes |
Journal Updates
eMediNexus Coverage from: 
Poor Glycemic Control Tied to Bone Formation in Younger Women with Type 2 Diabetes
eMediNexus,  28 October 2019
remove_red_eye 476 Views
#Diabetes and Endocrinology #Internal Medicine #Obstetrics and Gynecology

0 Read Comments                

Bone histomorphometry suggests that in premenopausal women with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) glycemic control is associated with bone remodeling, and may increase fracture risk, according to researchers in Brazil.

Researchers studied 26 women with T2DM and mean age 41.6 years. Compared with controls, bone volume was significantly increased in diabetic women, but osteoide thickness was significantly lower. The findings are published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.

To comment on this article,
create a free account.
Sign Up to instantly read 30000+ free Articles & 1000+ Case Studies
Create Account

Already registered?

Login Now