Osteoporosis in men: Suspect secondary disease first

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ABSTRACTSince osteoporosis in men is more often secondary rather than primary (idiopathic), we need to seek the underlying cause through the history and laboratory testing. Treatment options are similar to those for women, although data are limited about their efficacy in men.


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