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6 august 2022 15:43:02

 
High bone mass and cam morphology are independently related to hip osteoarthritis: findings from the High Bone Mass cohort (BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders)
 


High bone mass (HBM, BMD Z-score ≥  + 3.2) and cam morphology (bulging of lateral femoral head) are associated with greater odds of prevalent radiographic hip osteoarthritis (rHOA). As cam morphology is itself...


 
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