Journal of Bone Fragility Case Reports publishes Clinical Image in Bone Fragility, Case Reports in Bone Fragility, Case Reports in Skeletal Fragility, Case Reports in Fragility fractures and Surgery, Case Reports in Osteoporosis Fragility, Journal of Bone Fragility in Diabetes etc. Bone Fragility is a major public health problem. The primary cause is osteoporosis, which affects 30% of the Swiss population. Type 2 diabetes, which affects 10% of the population, is a risk factor as it increases the probability of fracture almost twofold. Bone fragility should be diagnosed before a fracture occurs, because depending on the age of the person and the bone involved, a fracture can lead to severe chronic pain and even increase the risk of mortality. Fragility fractures, which result from low energy trauma, such as a fall from standing height or less, are a sign of underlying osteoporosis. Types of Fragility Fractures: Hip fractures, Vertebral fractures, Distal forearm fractures.
Journal of Bone Fragility Case Reports is an open access Journal, Peer-reviewed International journal aimed at presenting basic, translational and clinical high-quality research related to bone fragility. The Journal welcomes original Research articles, Review articles, Case reports, Clinical images, Case Series will only be considered in exceptional circumstances and only when accompanied by a comprehensive review of the subject. The Journal encourages the submission of case reports and clinical vignettes that provide new and exciting insights into the pathophysiology and characteristics of disorders related to Society of Orthopaedics and Medicine and mineral metabolism and highlight practical diagnostic and therapeutic considerations. The areas covered by the journal include: Bone mineral density, Fracture Inflammatory, Bowel disease, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Inflammation Glucocorticoid, Osteoporosis Acute lymphoblastic, leukaemia, Skeletal Rare Diseases, Bone metabolism, non-skeletal rare congenital disorders, Bone tissue disorders, Cortical-Bone Fragility, Diabetes and Bone Fragility, Minimal trauma fractures in bone diseases, postmenopausal osteoporosis, hyperparathyroidism, and hyperthyroidism.
Journal Scope and Keywords: Home - Journal Bone Fragility, Bone Fragility in Gastrointestinal Disorders, Bone fragility: current reviews and clinical features, Bone fragility in patients affected by congenital diseases, Bone fragility in diabetes, Mechanisms and evaluation of bone fragility in type 1 diabetes, International journal of bone fragility, Cortical-Bone Fragility, Diabetes and Bone Fragility, Bone Fragility in Gastrointestinal Disorders.
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