Becker muscular dystrophy

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a form of muscular dystrophy that sets in in adolescence or adulthood and progresses slowly but will affect all voluntary muscles

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This study demonstrated that patients with spondylolysis had significantly lower mean vertebral body BMD compared with controls.
Height, body mass, body mass index (BMI), pubertal stage, bone age, body composition, BMD and jumping performance were obtained at baseline (T0) and after 3-years (T3).
BMD is delighted to announce this partnership with Adoline/AV, which makes projections easier and more accessible than ever before by taking the guesswork out of finding the right projector and support hardware," said Quentin Sanford, President of BMD.
The underlying plan is to render this capability to the NATO BMD system.
Comparison between BMD and corresponding Z-score of the three study groups is presented in Table 2.
In women, the dietary intake of VE was significantly and positively associated with BMD at the lumbar spine, total hip, intertrochanter and femur neck sites after adjusting for covariates (Ptrend: 0-001-0-017).
DXA results compare your BMD to that of a healthy 30-year-old adult, and give you what is called a "T-score.
1 WHO reported that osteoporosis was already a global problem and recommended BMD measurements for early detection.
The study based on the secondary analysis of already published data of NHANES9 that contains the BMD data of total body, lumbar spine and thoracic spine to establish the behaviour of BMD in different age group, sex and races.
3] The correlations between anthropometric parameters and BMD might partly be explained by their mechanical effects on bone.
threat from both North Korea and Iran and in BMD systems to counter
Warship-focused Aegis BMD and its foundation, the Aegis Combat System, serve as the flexible and adaptive capability to provide "regionally concentrated, credible combat power," as articulated in the national maritime strategy.
A reduced BMD carries an increased risk of fractures with all the consequences; osteoporotic fractures also put an enormous financial burden on health care systems due to high rehabilitation costs," Malik said.
Materials and Methods: Without fractures, 266 women with PMO, 310 with osteopenia and 255 with normal women BMD were enrolled in the study.
The drug's effects on BMD were similar regardless of patient age, baseline testosterone level, initial BMD, and estimated 10-year osteoporotic fracture risk, according to Dr.