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Rev. cuba. endocrinol ; 32(1): e256, 2021. tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS, CUMED | ID: biblio-1289383

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Introducción: Se ha descrito una probable asociación entre la presencia de osteopenia/osteoporosis y el riesgo incrementado de cardiopatía isquémica. Objetivo: Determinar la posible asociación entre la presencia de síndrome coronario agudo y la densidad mineral ósea disminuida, así como la relación de ambas condiciones con algunos factores de riesgo cardiovascular y variables de la esfera reproductiva en mujeres en etapa de climaterio. Método: Se realizó un estudio transversal descriptivo con 72 mujeres (34 con síndrome coronario agudo y 38 sin síndrome coronario agudo), que fueron seleccionadas de bases de datos del Instituto de Cardiología y Cirugía Cardiovascular. La densidad mineral ósea se determinó mediante absorciometría dual de rayos X en columna lumbar. Las pruebas Chi cuadrado y U de Mann Whitney permitieron evaluar la posible relación entre variables. Resultados: El 55,9 por ciento de las pacientes con síndrome coronario agudo y el 60,5 por ciento de las mujeres sin síndrome coronario agudo tenían densidad mineral ósea disminuida. En las mujeres con densidad mineral ósea disminuida (n=42): 81 por ciento presentaron obesidad abdominal, 78,6 por ciento dislipoproteinemia, 83,3 por ciento hipertensión arterial y 76,2 por ciento refirieron el antecedente familiar de cardiopatía isquémica. Conclusiones: En las mujeres en etapa de climaterio estudiadas no se demostró asociación entre la presencia de síndrome coronario agudo y la densidad mineral ósea disminuida. Tampoco existió relación entre la presencia de síndrome coronario agudo y la densidad mineral ósea disminuida con factores de riesgo cardiovascular, ni con las variables de la esfera reproductiva(AU)


Introduction: A probable association has been described between the presence of osteopenia/osteoporosis and the increased risk of ischemic heart disease. Objective: To determine the possible association between the presence of acute coronary syndrome and decreased bone mineral density, as well as the relationship of both conditions with some cardiovascular risk factors and variables of the reproductive sphere in women during the climacteric stage. Method: A descriptive and cross-sectional study was carried out with 72 women (34 with acute coronary syndrome and 38 without acute coronary syndrome), who were selected from databases of the Institute of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery. Bone mineral density was determined by dual lumbar spine X-ray absorptiometry. The chi-square and Mann Whitney U tests allowed to evaluate the possible relationship between variables. Results: 55.9 percent of the patients with acute coronary syndrome and 60.5 percent of the women without acute coronary syndrome had decreased bone mineral density. Among women with decreased bone mineral density (n=42), 81 percent had abdominal obesity, 78.6 percent had dyslipoproteinemia, 83.3 percent had arterial hypertension, and 76.2 percent had a family history of ischemic heart disease. Conclusions: In the women in the climacteric stage studied, no association was shown between the presence of acute coronary syndrome and decreased bone mineral density. There was no relationship either between the presence of acute coronary syndrome and decreased bone mineral density with cardiovascular risk factors, or with variables in the reproductive sphere(AU)


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Humans , Female , Adult , Middle Aged , Osteoporosis/diagnosis , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Climacteric , Heart Disease Risk Factors , Bone Density , Epidemiology, Descriptive , Cross-Sectional Studies , Dyslipidemias/pathology , Acute Coronary Syndrome/pathology
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Adv Rheumatol ; 61: 11, 2021. tab
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1152745

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Abstract Background: Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an autosomal recessive genetic disease in which a mutation occurs in the β-globin chain gene, resulting in abnormal hemoglobin levels. In an environment with reduced oxygen concentration, red blood cells change their conformation, resulting in chronic hemolysis and consequent anemia and vaso-occlusive crises with injuries to several organs, with a significant impairment of the osteoarticular system. This study aimed to verify the chronic osteoarticular alterations and their association with clinical and laboratory characteristics of patients with SCD with a more severe phenotype (SS and Sβ0), on a steady-state fasis. Methods: Fifty-five patients were referred to a medical consultation with a specialized assessment of the locomotor system, followed by laboratory tests and radiographic examinations. Results: In total, 74.5% patients had hemoglobinopathy SS; 67.3% were female; and 78.2% were non-whites. The mean patient age was 30.5 years. Most patients (61.8%) reported up to three crises per year, with a predominance of high-intensity pain (65.5%). Radiographic alterations were present in 80% patients. A total of 140 lesions were identified, most which were located in the spine, femur, and shoulders. Most lesions were osteonecrosis and osteoarthritis and were statistically associated with the non-use of hydroxyurea. Conclusions: There was a high prevalence of chronic osteoarticular alterations, which was statistically associated only with the non-regular use of hydroxyurea.(AU)


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Humans , Osteoarthritis/etiology , Osteonecrosis/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Hydroxyurea/administration & dosage , Anemia, Sickle Cell/physiopathology , Prognosis , Cross-Sectional Studies/instrumentation , Risk Factors , Hydroxyurea/adverse effects
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-879893

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OBJECTIVE@#To investigate the incidence rate and risk factors for metabolic bone disease of prematurity (MBDP) in very low birth weight/extremely low birth weight (VLBW/ELBW) infants.@*METHODS@#The medical data of 61 786 neonates from multiple centers of China between September 1, 2013 and August 31, 2016 were retrospectively investigated, including 504 VLBW/ELBW preterm infants who met the inclusion criteria. Among the 504 infants, 108 infants diagnosed with MBDP were enrolled as the MBDP group and the remaining 396 infants were enrolled as the non-MBDP group. The two groups were compared in terms of general information of mothers and preterm infants, major diseases during hospitalization, nutritional support strategies, and other treatment conditions. The multivariate logistic regression analysis was used to investigate the risk factors for MBDP.@*RESULTS@#The incidence rate of MBDP was 19.4% (88/452) in VLBW preterm infants and 38.5% (20/52) in ELBW preterm infants. The incidence rate of MBDP was 21.7% in preterm infants with a gestational age of < 32 weeks and 45.5% in those with a gestational age of < 28 weeks. The univariate analysis showed that compared with the non-MBDP group, the MBDP group had significantly lower gestational age and birth weight, a significantly longer length of hospital stay, and a significantly higher incidence rate of extrauterine growth retardation (@*CONCLUSIONS@#A lower gestational age, hypocalcemia, extrauterine growth retardation at discharge, and neonatal sepsis may be associated an increased risk of MBDP in VLBW/ELBW preterm infants. It is necessary to strengthen perinatal healthcare, avoid premature delivery, improve the awareness of the prevention and treatment of MBDP among neonatal pediatricians, and adopt positive and reasonable nutrition strategies and comprehensive management measures for preterm infants.


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Birth Weight , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , China/epidemiology , Female , Humans , Infant , Infant, Extremely Low Birth Weight , Infant, Newborn , Infant, Premature , Infant, Very Low Birth Weight , Pregnancy , Retrospective Studies , Risk Factors
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Actual. osteol ; 16(2): [104]-[115], mayo.-ago. 2020. graf, tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1129698

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La fosfatasa alcalina baja o hipofosfatasemia, ya sea debida a causas genéticas (hipofosfatasia) o secundarias, presenta correlato clínico. Nuestro objetivo es estimar la prevalencia de hipofosfatasemia crónica persistente y describir sus hallazgos osteometabólicos. Se realizó una búsqueda electrónica de afiliados adultos al Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, entre 2013 y 2017, con al menos 2 determinaciones de fosfatasa alcalina igual a 30 UI/l o menor y ninguna mayor de 30 UI/l (rango de referencia 30-100 UI/l). Se excluyeron aquellos con causas secundarias diagnosticadas y se analizaron los correlatos clínico y bioquímico. Se detectó hipofosfatasemia crónica persistente en 78 de 105.925, 0,07% (0,06-0,09) de los afiliados. Solo uno fue excluido por tener causa secundaria. Eran 61,1% mujeres de 44 (34-56) años, fosfatasa alcalina 24 (20-27) UI/L, fosfatemia 4,1 (3,8-4,6) mg/dl. Se observaron osteoartritis, calcificaciones vasculares y fracturas, menos frecuentemente litiasis renal, calcificación del ligamento longitudinal común anterior, pérdida dental y convulsiones. El 63,6% tenían al menos una de las características clínico-radiológicas evaluadas, pero en solo 5,2% fue mencionado el diagnóstico de hipofosfatasemia en la historia clínica. La densitometría evidenció algún grado de afección (osteopenia u osteoporosis) en 76,2%. Se constataron 19 fracturas, con predominio en radio. La prevalencia de hipofosfatasemia fue similar a lo previamente reportado. El reconocimiento fue bajo; sin embargo, se observaron variadas manifestaciones músculo-esqueléticas, similares a las descriptas en la hipofosfatasia del adulto, por lo cual ­ante una hipofosfatasemia sin causa secundaria­ se sugiere considerar este diagnóstico. (AU)


Low alkaline phosphatase (ALP) or hypophosphatasemia either due to genetic (hypophosphatasia) or secondary causes, presents a clinical correlate. Our objectives are to estimate the prevalence of persistent hypophosphatasemia and to describe the clinical findings. We performed a search using the electronic medical records of the members of the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires health care system, between 2013 and 2017. Adult members with ≥ 2 ALP ≤ 30 IU/l, no ALP >30 IU/l (normal range 30-100 UI/l) and without diagnosed secondary causes were analyzed. Persistent hypophosphatasemia was detected in 78 of 105.925, 0.07% (0.06-0.09) of members. Only one was excluded due to a secondary cause, 61.1% were women, 44 (34-56) year-old, ALP 24 (20-27) IU/l and phosphatemia 4.1 (3.8-4.6) mg/dl. Osteoarthritis, vascular calcifications and fractures were detected, and nephrolithiasis, DISH (Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis), tooth loss, and seizures were less frequently observed. At least one of the mentioned characteristics were present in 63.6 %, but only 5.2% had hypophosphatasemia registered in their clinical record. Densitometry showed osteopenia or osteoporosis in 76.2%. There were 19 fractures, most of them in radius. The prevalence of hypophosphatasemia was similar to what has been previously reported. Hypophosphatasemia finding in medical records was low, but far from being asymptomatic, clinical manifestations were observed. In the presence of hypophosphatasemia without a secondary cause, adult hypophosphatasia should be uspected. (AU)


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Female , Adult , Middle Aged , Aged , Muscle, Skeletal/pathology , Hypophosphatasia/etiology , Osteoporosis/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Bone Density , Prevalence , Cross-Sectional Studies , Hypophosphatemia/diagnosis , Hypophosphatemia/etiology , Diphosphonates/therapeutic use , Alkaline Phosphatase/deficiency , Alkaline Phosphatase/physiology , Alkaline Phosphatase/blood , Osteoporotic Fractures/etiology , Hypophosphatasia/diagnosis , Hypophosphatasia/genetics
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Rev. chil. endocrinol. diabetes ; 13(4): 154-158, 2020. ilus, tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1123621

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Introducción: El hiperparatiroidismo secundario (HPTS) es una complicación de la enfermedad renal crónica terminal (ERCT). A pesar de nuevas terapias médicas como calcimiméticos, en HPTS refractarios la paratiroidectomía (PTX) continúa siendo necesaria. Una complicación frecuente en estos pacientes posterior a la PTX es el síndrome de hueso hambriento (SHH), caracterizado por una profunda y prolongada hipocalcemia asociada a hipofosfatemia, secundaria a un excesivo aumento de su captación ósea. Una complicación menos descrita, pero con consecuencias graves e incluso fatales, es la hiperkalemia. El propósito de este trabajo consiste en enfatizar el riesgo de hiperkalemia por SHH a partir de un caso clínico, señalar los mecanismos fisiopatológicos, factores de riesgo y consideraciones terapéuticas. Caso clínico: Mujer de 35 años, con ERCT de causa desconocida, HPTS refractario con PTX total e implante de glándulas en antebrazo hace 9 años. Ingresa por recurrencia de HPTS. Cintigrama MIBI SPECT/CT® evidenció implante hiperfuncionante, indicándose PTX del injerto. Exámenes preoperatorios: calcemia 8.6 mg/dL, fosfatasas alcalinas 1115 UI/L (VN <100), PTH intacta (PTHi) 3509 pg/ml y kalemia 4.8 mEq/L. Biopsia: hiperplasia paratiroidea nodular. En postoperatorio inmediato presentó hiperkalemia de 7.1 mEq/L con cambios electrocardiográficos, requiriendo hemodiálisis de urgencia. Posteriormente desarrolló hipocalcemia, hipofosfatemia e hipomagnesemia, de difícil control. Discusión: El SHH post HPTS puede coexistir con hiperkalemia postoperatoria inmediata grave, incluso fatal si no se identifica y corrige a tiempo. El mecanismo fisiopatológico aún no está bien dilucidado. Varios factores pudieran intervenir, incluyendo aumento del metabolismo celular, traumatismo tisular, fármacos anestésicos, fluidos perioperatorios y flujo de iones transmembrana. El nivel de potasio previo a la cirugía, menor edad, género masculino, tiempo entre la última hemodiálisis y la cirugía, y duración de la PTX, son factores de riesgo para hiperkalemia postoperatoria. El conocimiento de esta grave complicación permitirá estar preparado para monitorizar y eventualmente tratar.


Introduction: Secondary Hyperparathyroidism (SHPT) is a complication of End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Although new medical therapies (i.e.calcimimetics,) parathyroidectomy (PTX) continues to be necessary in refractory cases. A well-known complication after PTX is an entity called Hungry Bone Syndrome (HBS), characterized by deep and prolonged hypocalcemia associated with hypophosphatemia, secondary to an excessive increase in bone formation. A less reported complication, but with severe or even fatal consequences, is hyperkalemia. The purpose of this work consists of emphasizing the risk of hyperkalemia in HBS, reporting a clinical case that points out the physiopathological mechanisms, risk factors, and therapeutic considerations. Clinical case: 35-year-old woman with ESRD of unknown cause with refractory SHPT with total PTX and forearm gland grafts nine years ago. She presented SHPT recurrency. MIBI SPECT/CT® scan showed a hyperfunctioning implant, indicating graft PTX. Preoperative tests: calcemia 8.6 mg/dL, phosphatemia 7.3 mg/dL, alkaline phosphatases 1115 UI/L (VN<100), intact PTH (iPTH) 3509 pg/ml and kalemia 4.8 mEq/L. Biopsy: parathyroid nodular hyperplasia. In the immediate postoperative period, she presented hyperkalemia at 7.1 mEq/L with electrocardiographic changes, requiring emergency hemodialysis. Later she developed hypocalcemia, hypophosphatemia, and hypomagnesemia of difficult control. Discussion: HBS post PTX can coexist with severe immediate postoperative hyperkalemia, which can be even fatal if not detected and corrected. The physiopathological mechanism is still not entirely elucidated. Various factors could interfere, including an increase in cell metabolism, tissue traumatism, anesthetic drugs, intraoperative fluids, and transmembrane ion flow. Preoperative potassium levels, younger age, male gender, the time elapsed between last hemodialysis and surgery, and duration of PTX are risk factors for post-surgical hyperkalemia. Knowing this severe complication will allow the medical team to be prepared for monitoring and eventually treating it.


Subject(s)
Humans , Female , Adult , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Parathyroidectomy/adverse effects , Hyperkalemia/etiology , Hyperparathyroidism, Secondary/surgery , Renal Insufficiency, Chronic/complications , Hyperparathyroidism, Secondary/complications
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Evid. actual. práct. ambul ; 22(2): e001112, sept. 2019.
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1046678

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La osteopenia, una disminución de la densidad mineral ósea de menor severidad que la osteoporosis, definida por valores de T-score entre -1,0 y -2,5 en la densitometría ósea , podría asociarse con un mayor riesgo de fracturas. Motivado por el pedido de una paciente con osteopenia que solicita a su médico algún medicamento que le ayude a disminuir su riesgo de fracturas, el autor se pregunta si los bifosfonatos podrían ser beneficiosos para las pacientes con este factor de riesgo. Luego de realizar una búsqueda bibliográfica y seleccionar la evidencia más reciente y de mejor calidad, se concluye que estos fármacos podrían ser útiles para prevenir fracturas en mujeres mayores de 65 años con elevado riesgo de fractura,independientemente del resultado de la densitometría. (AU)


Osteopenia, a minor decrease in bone mineral density, defined by T-score values between -1.0 and -2.5 in a bone densitometry, is associated with an increased risk of fractures. Moved by the request of a patient with osteopenia who asks her doctor for any medication that may help her reduce his risk of fractures, the author wonders if bisphosphonates could be beneficial for patients with this condition. After conducting a bibliographic search and selecting the most recent and best quality evidence, he concluded that these drugs could be useful to prevent fractures in women older than 65 years with ahigh risk of fracture, regardless of densitometry results. (AU)


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Humans , Female , Aged , Osteoporosis/drug therapy , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/drug therapy , Diphosphonates/therapeutic use , Osteoporotic Fractures/prevention & control , Osteoporosis/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/complications , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/diagnostic imaging , Risk Factors , Osteoporotic Fractures/physiopathology , Osteoporotic Fractures/drug therapy
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Gastroenterol. latinoam ; 30(supl.1): S31-S34, 2019. tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1116311

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The management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease has progressed over the years largely due to better therapeutic options. These current management is guided by the primary goal in achieving clinical and endoscopic remission (deep remission), thus improving the quality of life of patients. In order to achieve these objectives however, there are risks associated which must always be considered. It is important to recognize that IBD patients are at risk of infection and neoplastic lesions for the natural history of the disease or the therapies that we used. Prevention of possible complications must be carried out. Options in therapeutic management not only include pharmacological therapy, but also include an adequate nutritional setting and an optimal correction of nutritional deficits. These alternative nutritional strategies can and should be considered as an effective therapeutic strategy aimed at improving the quality of life of IBD patients.


El manejo de la enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal ha progresado con el paso de los años dado a mayores opciones terapéuticas. El manejo actual se guía por objetivos para lograr remisión clínica y endoscópica (remisión profunda) mejorando así la calidad de vida de estos pacientes. Sin embargo, para lograr estos objetivos, se debe considerar siempre los riesgos asociados a las nuevas terapias. Es importante reconocer que los pacientes con EII son personas en riesgo tanto de infecciones como de lesiones neoplásicas por la historia natural de la enfermedad y/o por las terapias utilizadas, por lo tanto, la prevención de posibles complicaciones debe ser realizada en forma periódica. Por otro parte, el manejo terapéutico, no solo incluye la terapia farmacológica, sino también una adecuada optimización nutricional y una adecuada corrección de los déficit nutricionales secundarios. En este mismo sentido terapias alternativas, pueden ser consideradas como estrategia terapéuticas complementarias destinadas a mejorar la calidad de vida de estos pacientes.


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Humans , Inflammatory Bowel Diseases/prevention & control , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/prevention & control , Inflammatory Bowel Diseases/complications , Inflammatory Bowel Diseases/therapy , Immunization , Diet Therapy , Secondary Prevention , Neoplasms/etiology , Neoplasms/prevention & control
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Actual. osteol ; 14(2): 125-147, Mayo - Ago. 2018. ilus, graf, tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1116310

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En consonancia con la orientación tradicional de nuestras investigaciones, la Osteología está incorporando progresivamente el análisis estructural-biomecánico óseo y las interacciones músculo-esqueléticas. En este artículo se sintetizan los aportes originales del CEMFoC a la Osteología moderna en el terreno biomecánico en forma didáctica, para que el lector aprecie sus posibles aplicaciones clínicas. Los hallazgos aportaron evidencias sucesivas en apoyo de dos proposiciones fundamentales: a) los huesos deben interpretarse como estructuras resistivas, biológicamente servocontroladas ("Los huesos tienden siempre a mantener un factor de seguridad que permite al cuerpo trabajar normalmente sin fracturarse" ­ Paradigma de Utah) y b) los huesos interactúan con su entorno mecánico, determinado principalmente por las contracciones musculares, en forma subordinada al entorno metabólico ("Los huesos son lo que los músculos quieren que sean, siempre que las hormonas lo permitan"). Los avances producidos se refieren, tanto cronológica como didácticamente, al conocimiento osteológico en general y al desarrollo de recursos novedosos para el diagnóstico no invasivo de fragilidad ósea, para distinguir entre osteopenias y osteoporosis, y para discriminar entre sus etiologías 'mecánica' y 'sistémica'. Finalmente, el nuevo conocimiento se integra en la proposición de un algoritmo diagnóstico para osteopenias y osteoporosis. El espíritu general de la presentación destaca que la evaluación osteomuscular dinámicamente integrada genera un nuevo espacio de análisis personalizado de los pacientes para la atención de cualquier osteopatía fragilizante con criterio biomecánico. (AU)


In consonance with the traditional spirit of our studies, skeletal research is being progressively focused on the structural-biomechanical analysis of bone and the muscle-bone interactions. In this article, the CEMFoC's members summarize their original findings in bone biomechanics and their potential clinical applications. These findings provided evidence supporting two fundamental hypotheses, namely, A. bones constitute resistive structures, which are biologically servo-controlled ('Bones tend to maintain a safety factor which allows the body to function normally avoiding fractures' ­ the 'Utah paradigm'), and B. the interactions of bones with their mechanical environment mainly are determined by the contraction of local muscles - 'bone-muscle units'), and are subordinated to the control of the metabolic environment ('Bones are what muscles wish them to be, provided that hormones allow for it'). The achievements in the field are presented in a chronological and didactical sequence concerning the general knowledge in Osteology and the development of novel resources for non-invasive diagnosis of bone fragility, aiming to distinguish between osteopenias and osteoporosis and the 'mechanical' and 'metabolic' etiology of these conditions. Finally, the integrated new knowledge is presented as supporting for a proposed diagnostic algorithm for osteopenias and osteoporosis. In general terms, the article highlights the dynamic evaluation of the musculoskeletal system as a whole, opening a new diagnostic field for a personalized evaluation of the patients affected by a boneweakening disease, based on functional and biomechanical criteria. (AU)


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Humans , Animals , Rats , Bone and Bones/diagnostic imaging , Osteology/trends , Musculoskeletal System/diagnostic imaging , Osteogenesis Imperfecta/diagnostic imaging , Osteoporosis/etiology , Osteoporosis/diagnostic imaging , Parathyroid Hormone/administration & dosage , Parathyroid Hormone/therapeutic use , Biomechanical Phenomena , Bone and Bones/anatomy & histology , Bone and Bones/metabolism , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/diagnostic imaging , Algorithms , Calcitonin/therapeutic use , Cholecalciferol/pharmacology , Human Growth Hormone/therapeutic use , Diphosphonates/pharmacology , Glucocorticoids/adverse effects , Glucocorticoids/pharmacology , Musculoskeletal System/anatomy & histology , Musculoskeletal System/metabolism
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Actual. osteol ; 13(2): 125-133, Mayo - Ago. 2017. graf, tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1118076

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La osteoporosis es un trastorno común en las mujeres posmenopáusicas; sin embargo, también puede afectar a hombres y mujeres jóvenes premenopáusicas. El objetivo del presente trabajo fue evaluar la prevalencia de causas secundarias de baja masa ósea en un grupo de mujeres premenopáusicas que consultaron en una Institución especializada en Osteología. Material y métodos: se realizó un estudio retrospectivo, de corte transversal, descriptivo y observacional. Se analizaron las historias clínicas de 88 pacientes que consultaron por baja masa ósea durante un período de 19 meses, con la finalidad de encontrar posibles causas secundarias. A su vez, se definió como pacientes con diagnóstico de baja masa ósea idiopática aquellas en las cuales no se encontró ninguna causa secundaria de pérdida ósea. Resultados: de las 88 mujeres evaluadas, el 48,9% presentaba al menos una causa secundaria para baja masa ósea (amenorrea secundaria, hipercalciuria, tratamiento con glucorticoides, hipovitaminosis D y enfermedad celíaca) y el 51,1% fueron consideradas idiopáticas. Conclusiones: es esencial evaluar exhaustivamente a las mujeres premenopáusicas con baja masa ósea a fin de descartar posibles causas secundarias y tomar las medidas preventivas necesarias para mejorar esa condición. (AU)


Objective: osteoporosis is a common disorder in postmenopausal women, however it can also affect men and premenopausal young women. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of secondary causes of low bone mass in premenopausal women that consulted physicians in an institution specialized in osteology for a period of 19 months. Material and methods: this is a retrospective, transversal, descriptive and observational study. The clinical history of 88 patients who consulted a physician due to low bone mass for a period of 19 months in an institution specialized in osteology. Were analyzed the patient's clinical history in order to find secondary causes. We define as suffering Low Bone Mass those patients who did not have secondary causes. Results: of the 88 women tested, 48,9% had one or more secondary causes or risks factors for low bone mass (secondary amenorrea, hypercalciuria, treatment with glucocorticoids, hypovitamiosis D and celiac disease) and 51,1% patients were considered idiopathic. Conclusions: we conclude that it is essential to exhaustively search for secondary causes of low bone mass in premenopausal women, due to the high prevalence of secondary osteoporosis in this population. (AU)


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Humans , Female , Adult , Young Adult , Osteoporosis/chemically induced , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/complications , Premenopause/metabolism , Osteoporosis/physiopathology , Osteoporosis/prevention & control , Avitaminosis/complications , Bone and Bones/metabolism , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/blood , Fractures, Stress/prevention & control , Celiac Disease/complications , Prevalence , Retrospective Studies , Risk Factors , Cohort Studies , Densitometry , Hypercalciuria/complications , Osteoporotic Fractures/prevention & control , Amenorrhea/complications , Glucocorticoids/adverse effects
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Clinics ; 72(4): 231-237, Apr. 2017. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-840064

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OBJECTIVES: The present study was designed to evaluate the bone phenotypes and mechanisms involved in bone disorders associated with hepatic osteodystrophy. Hepatocellular disease was induced by carbon tetrachloride (CCl4). In addition, the effects of disodium pamidronate on bone tissue were evaluated. METHODS: The study included 4 groups of 15 mice: a) C = mice subjected to vehicle injections; b) C+P = mice subjected to vehicle and pamidronate injections; c) CCl4+V = mice subjected to CCl4 and vehicle injections; and d) CCl4+P = mice subjected to CCl4 and pamidronate injections. CCl4 or vehicle was administered for 8 weeks, while pamidronate or vehicle was injected at the end of the fourth week. Bone histomorphometry and biomechanical analysis were performed in tibiae, while femora were used for micro-computed tomography and gene expression. RESULTS: CCl4 mice exhibited decreased bone volume/trabecular volume and trabecular numbers, as well as increased trabecular separation, as determined by bone histomorphometry and micro-computed tomography, but these changes were not detected in the group treated with pamidronate. CCl4 mice showed increased numbers of osteoclasts and resorption surface. High serum levels of receptor activator of nuclear factor-κB ligand and the increased expression of tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase in the bones of CCl4 mice supported the enhancement of bone resorption in these mice. CONCLUSION: Taken together, these results suggest that bone resorption is the main mechanism of bone loss in chronic hepatocellular disease in mice.


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Animals , Male , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/drug therapy , Bone Remodeling/drug effects , Diphosphonates/pharmacology , Bone Density Conservation Agents/pharmacology , Liver Diseases/complications , Phosphorus/administration & dosage , Bone and Bones/drug effects , Bone and Bones/metabolism , Bone and Bones/diagnostic imaging , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/metabolism , Bone Resorption/metabolism , Carbon Tetrachloride , Disease Models, Animal , Core Binding Factor Alpha 1 Subunit/genetics , RANK Ligand/genetics , Osteoprotegerin/genetics , X-Ray Microtomography , Tartrate-Resistant Acid Phosphatase/genetics , Liver Cirrhosis/chemically induced , Liver Cirrhosis/metabolism , Liver Diseases/metabolism , Mice, Inbred C57BL
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Rev. Assoc. Med. Bras. (1992) ; 63(1): 13-17, Jan. 2017. tab
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1041009

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Summary Background: Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), including Crohn's disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC), are characterized by chronic inflammation of the intestine that can reduce the absorption of nutrients such as vitamin D and calcium. Objective: To investigate bone alterations and serum levels of vitamin D in patients with IBD. Method: This was a cross-sectional study based on a review of medical records of patients from a private office in Curitiba, PR, Brazil. Serum levels of vitamin D and bone densitometry were measured at diagnosis of IBD. A total of 105 patients were included; 38 (58.4%) with CD; 27 (41.6%) with UC and 40 with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) as comparison group. Results: When compared to patients with UC, CD patients showed a higher prevalence of bone alterations, being 15.8% with osteoporosis and 36.8% with osteopenia. In UC, bone alterations occurred in 29.6% of cases, 3.7% with osteoporosis and 25.9% with osteopenia. As for vitamin D levels, among CD patients, 10.5% had vitamin deficiency, 65.8% insufficiency and 23.7% were sufficient. In UC, 7.4% of cases had deficiency, 74.1% insufficiency and 18.5% had sufficient serum levels of vitamin D. In the group with IBS, deficiency was observed in 17.5% of cases, insufficiency in 55% and sufficiency in 27.5% of them. There was no significant difference between groups. Conclusion: IBD patients have a high prevalence of bone changes, especially those with CD. Serum levels of vitamin D are below the recommended in all the evaluated groups.


Resumo Introdução: A doença inflamatória intestinal (DII), como a doença de Crohn (DC) e a retocolite ulcerativa (RU), caracterizam-se pela inflamação crônica no intestino, que pode reduzir a absorção de vitamina D e cálcio. Objetivo: Investigar as alterações ósseas presentes em pacientes com DII e as dosagens séricas de vitamina D. Método: Estudo transversal analítico baseado na revisão de prontuários de pacientes com DII de um consultório privado de Curitiba, PR. Em todos os pacientes, foram dosadas as concentrações séricas de vitamina D e foi feita a densitometria óssea. Cento e cinco pacientes foram incluídos no estudo, dos quais 38 (58,4%) foram diagnosticados com DC, 27 (41.6%) com RU e 40 com síndrome do intestino irritável (SII) como grupo de comparação. Resultados: Quando comparados com pacientes com RU, os pacientes com DC apresentaram maior prevalência de alterações ósseas, sendo 15,8% com osteoporose e 36,8% com osteopenia. Na RU, as alterações ósseas ocorreram em 29,6% dos casos, 3,7% com osteoporose e 25,9% com osteopenia. Em relação às dosagens de vitamina D, dentre os pacientes com DC, 10,5% apresentavam deficiência, 65,8%, insuficiência e 23,7%, suficiência. Na RU, 7,4% dos casos tinham deficiência, 74,1%, insuficiência e 18,5%, suficiência. No grupo com SII, observaram-se deficiência em 17,5%, insuficiência em 55% e suficiência em 27,5%. Não foi observada diferença significativa entre os grupos. Conclusão: Pacientes com DII apresentaram alta prevalência de alterações ósseas, principalmente aqueles com DC. As concentrações séricas de vitamina D estão abaixo do recomendado em todos os grupos avaliados.


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Humans , Male , Female , Adolescent , Adult , Aged , Young Adult , Osteoporosis/etiology , Vitamin D Deficiency/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Colitis, Ulcerative/complications , Crohn Disease/complications , Osteoporosis/blood , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/blood , Colitis, Ulcerative/blood , Crohn Disease/blood , Cross-Sectional Studies , Middle Aged
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Rev. chil. pediatr ; 88(4): 487-494, 2017. ilus, tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-900007

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Introducción: La enfermedad metabólica ósea (EMO) del recién nacido prematuro (RNPT) es una complicación de origen multifactorial, que ha ido en aumento, consecuencia de la disminución progresiva de la mortalidad. El objetivo del estudio fue analizar los factores de riesgo (FR) pre y postnatales relacionados con la EMO severa y sus marcadores analíticos. Pacientes y Métodos: Estudio retrospectivo observacional, descriptivo y analítico, que incluyó RNPT nacidos con menos de 32 semanas y/o peso menor de 1.500 g entre enero de 2012 y diciembre de 2014. Se analizó la muestra en función del desarrollo de EMO severa. Resultados: 139 pacientes, con 25(OH)D3 media de 70,68 ± 25,20 nmol/l, mayor en los nacidos en primavera-verano que en otoño-invierno (80,94 ± 25,33 vs 61,13±21,07; p = 0,000). Los pacientes con EMO severa presentaron valores de 25(OH)D3 similares al resto de pacientes (65,61 ± 26,49 vs 72,07 ± 24,89; p = 0,283), y superiores de fosfatasa alcalina (FA) (1314,19 ± 506,67 vs 476,56 ± 188,85; p = 0,000). Mediante curva ROC se calculó un punto de corte de FA de 796,5 IU/l (S 95,2%, E 92,4%). Los FR más asociados al desarrollo de EMO severa fueron el crecimiento intrauterino restringido, el peso al nacimiento y la duración de ventiloterapia y nutrición parenteral. Conclusiones: Las cifras de FA son las que mejor se relacionan con el desarrollo de EMO severa. El riesgo de ésta aumenta a mayor número de factores de riesgo y menores cifras de vitamina D3. Niveles de 25(OH)D3 por encima de 70 nmol/l parecen proteger del desarrollo de EMO, incluso en pacientes con múltiples factores de riesgo.


Background: Metabolic bone disease (MBD) of prematurity is a complication of multifactorial aetiology, which has been increasing, due to progressive decrease in mortality of preterm newborns. The aim of the study was to analyze risk factors of severe MBD and its analytical markers. Patients and Method: Retrospective study involving preterm infants less than 32 weeks gestational age and/or weight less tan 1,500 g born between january 2012 and december 2014. Comparison was made according to the presence of severe MBD. Results: 139 patients were recruited. Mean value of 25(OH)D3 was 70.68 ± 25.20 nmol/L, being higher in patients born in spring-summer than in autumn-winter (80.94 ± 25.33 vs 61.13 ± 21.07; p = 0.000). Levels of 25(OH)D3 were similar in patients with severe MBD compared with the rest of patients (65.61 ± 26.49 vs 72.07 ± 24.89, P = 0.283). Higher levels of alkaline phosphatase (AP, IU/L ) (1314.19 ± 506.67 vs 476.56 ± 188.85; p = 0.000) were found in these patients. Cutoff point of AP 796.5 IU/L (S 95.2%, specificity 92.4%) was calculated by ROC curve. The risk factors most associated to severe EMO were restricted fetal growth, birth weight, duration of ventilation therapy and parenteral nutrition. Conclusions: AP levels were the best marker of severe MBD development. EMO risk increases with the number of risk factors and lower levels of 25(OH)D3. Levels of 25(OH)D3 higher than 70nmol/L appear to protect from the development of severe MBD, even in patients with multiple risk factors.


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Humans , Male , Female , Infant, Newborn , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/diagnosis , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Infant, Premature, Diseases/diagnosis , Infant, Premature, Diseases/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/metabolism , Infant, Premature , Biomarkers/metabolism , Retrospective Studies , Risk Factors , Infant, Premature, Diseases/metabolism
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Braz. j. med. biol. res ; 50(12): e6374, 2017. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-888972

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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is associated with low bone mineral density (BMD). In this study, the association between disease severity and BMD in patients with IBD was evaluated. Associations between BMD and the Montreal classification, disease activity and drug therapy were also tested. A cross-sectional prevalence study with a comparison group was conducted. One hundred and twenty-eight patients were evaluated: 68 patients with ulcerative colitis (UC), and 60 with Crohn's disease (CD). The control group consisted of 67 healthy subjects. All patients and controls had BMD measured and in IBD patients, current medications, hospitalization, and disease location, extent and phenotype, according to the Montreal classification, were recorded. Multiple correspondence analysis was applied to evaluate categorical variables. In the CD group, most patients were diagnosed between 17-40 years of age. Ileocolonic and non-stricturing non-penetrating disease were the most frequent disease location and behavior, respectively. In UC patients, extensive colitis was the most frequent disease location. UC and CD patients were more likely to have osteopenia than controls (OR=14.93/OR=24.38, respectively). In the CD group, male patients, perianal disease, penetrating behavior and age at diagnosis >40 years were associated with low BMD. Taking azathioprine and infliximab also seemed to be associated with osteopenia. In the UC group, we observed an association between low BMD and male patients, left colitis, corticosteroid use and hospitalization. Disease activity was not associated with osteopenia or osteoporosis in CD and UC patients. Disease severity seems to be associated with osteopenia in IBD patients.


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Humans , Male , Female , Adult , Middle Aged , Young Adult , Bone Density/physiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Colitis, Ulcerative/complications , Colitis, Ulcerative/physiopathology , Crohn Disease/complications , Crohn Disease/physiopathology , Absorptiometry, Photon , Adrenal Cortex Hormones/adverse effects , Case-Control Studies , Cross-Sectional Studies , Hospitalization , Multivariate Analysis , Reference Values , Risk Assessment , Risk Factors , Severity of Illness Index
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J. bras. nefrol ; 38(3): 320-326, July-Sept. 2016. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS | ID: lil-796204

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Abstract Introduction: Bone metabolism disorder (BMD) and vascular dysfunction contribute to excess cardiovascular mortality observed in hemodialysis patients. Vascular dysfunction, a new marker of atherosclerosis, can play a role in this risk. Even though associated with higher mortality in the general population, such vascular evaluation in patients on hemodialysis has not been extensively studied. Methods: In this cross-sectional study, hemodialysis patients were submitted to flow-mediated dilation, subendocardial viability ratio (SEVR) and ejection duration index assessment, in order to estimate the impact of BMD markers on vascular dysfunction. Results: A matched cohort of patients with (n = 16) and without (n = 11) severe secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT) was studied. Additionally, time spent under severe SHPT was also evaluated. Patients with severe SHPT had lower SEVR and higher ejection duration index, indicating higher cardiovascular risk. Lower SEVR was also associated to diastolic blood pressure (r = 0.435, p = 0.049), serum 25-Vitamin-D levels (r = 0.479, p = 0.028) and to more time spent under severe secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT), defined as time from PTH > 500pg/ml until parathyroidectomy surgery or end of the study (r = -0.642, p = 0.027). In stepwise multiple regression analysis between SEVR and independent variables, lower SEVR was independently associated to lower serum 25-Vitamin-D levels (p = 0.005), female sex (p = 0.012) and more time spent under severe SHPT (p = 0.001) in a model adjusted for age, serum cholesterol, and blood pressure (adjusted r² = 0.545, p = 0.001). Conclusion: Subendocardial perfusion was lower in patients with BMD, reflecting higher cardiovascular risk in this population. Whether early parathyroidectomy in the course of kidney disease could modify such results still deserves further investigation.


Resumo Introdução: Distúrbios do metabolismo ósseo (DMO) e alterações da função vascular contribuem para a elevada mortalidade de pacientes em hemodiálise. A disfunção vascular, um novo marcador de aterosclerose, pode contribuir para este risco. Apesar de associada a aumento de mortalidade na população geral, a avaliação de tal disfunção ainda não foi realizada de modo amplo em pacientes em hemodiálise. Métodos: Neste estudo transversal, pacientes em hemodiálise foram submetidos à avaliação da vasodilatação mediada por fluxo, razão de viabilidade subendocárdica (RVSE) e índice de duração de ejeção, como estimativas de avaliação dos marcadores de DMO sobre disfunção vascular. Resultados: Uma coorte pareada com (n = 16) e sem (n = 11) hiperparatireoidismo secundário (HPTS) grave foi estudada. Adicionalmente, o tempo transcorrido do diagnóstico de HPTS grave também foi avaliado. Pacientes com HPTS grave apresentaram menores valores de RVSE e maiores valores de índice de duração de ejeção, apontando maior risco cardiovascular. Baixa RVSE também foi associada à pressão arterial diastólica (r = 0,435, p = 0,049), níveis séricos de 25-Vitamina D (r = 0,479, p = 0,028) e maior tempo transcorrido desde diagnóstico de HPTS grave, definido como tempo em que o paciente permaneceu com valores de paratormônio superiores a 500 pg/ml até realização de cirurgia de paratireoidectomia ou término do estudo (r = -0,642, p = 0,027). Em regressão logística stepwise entre RVSE e variáveis independentes, menor RVSE foi independentemente associado a menores valores de 25-Vitamina D (p = 0,005), sexo feminino (p = 0,012) e maior tempo transcorrido desde diagnóstico de HPTS grave (p = 0,001) em um modelo ajustado para idade, colesterol sérico e pressão arterial (r2 ajustado = 0,545, p = 0,001). Conclusão: A perfusão subendocárdica foi menor em pacientes com DMO, refletindo o maior risco cardiovascular nesta população. Investigações adicionais são necessárias para definir se a paratireoidectomia precoce no curso da doença renal crônica poderia interferir neste risco.


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Humans , Male , Female , Middle Aged , Renal Dialysis , Myocardial Ischemia/epidemiology , Endocardium , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Cross-Sectional Studies , Risk Factors , Myocardial Ischemia/etiology , Kidney Failure, Chronic/complications , Kidney Failure, Chronic/therapy
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Med. interna (Caracas) ; 32(1): 47-55, 2016. tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS, LIVECS | ID: biblio-1009605

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La osteoporosis origina fracturas que ejercen un impacto considerable en la morbilidad y mortalidad. Objetivo: Evaluar la baja masa ósea en hombres y su relación con el eje gonadal. Métodos: Se estudiaron sujetos masculinos que acudieron a la Unidad de Investigación UNILIME-UC Hospital Universitario "Dr. Ángel Larralde" entre Marzo 2010 y Marzo 2015; la muestra quedó constituida por 70 sujetos con criterios de inclusión (> 35 años, baja masa ósea (osteopenia-osteoporosis) por ultrasonido de calcáneo e hipogonadismo subclínico por Test de Morley,posteriormente se realiza densitometría ósea (DEXA) y perfil hormonal. Los resultados se analizaron con programa SPSS. 18 para Windows, utilizando técnicas de análisis descriptivos y para la significancia estadística, el coeficiente correlación de Pearson, chi cuadrado, t student. Resultados: La edad promedio fue de 57,81±12.97 años de edad, predominando el grupo 60-69 años. Se observó alta prevalencia de baja masa ósea en 70% de los pacientes, con osteopenia, especialmente el cuello de fémur (CF), y significancia estadística (p<0,05) con la edad. Con respecto al perfil hormonal, hubo disminución de la testosterona total en 22,9% de los pacientes, con correlación positiva estadísticamente significativa (p<0,05) con la densidad mineral ósea (DMO) de cadera total (CT) y CF; aumento de la hormona luteinizante (LH) en 34,3% y disminución del estradiol total (E) en 12,9%, con correlación negativa estadísticamente significativa (p<0.05) entre la LH y DMO de CF y del E con la DMO de CT, CF y columna lumbar (CL); aumento de GTHS (Globulina transportadora de las hormonas sexuales) en 34,3% con correlación negativa estadísticamente significativa (p<0.001) con DMO de CT, CF y CL. Conclusiones: En las variaciones de la DEXA en población masculina debemos considerar: edad > 60 años, niveles séricos de testosterona total con la finalidad de corroborar el hipogonadismo subclínico y niveles séricos de GTHS, considerando a éste como predictor de baja masa ósea en el hombre(AU)


Osteoporosis causes fractures that have a considerable impact in morbility and mortality. Objective: to evaluate low bone mass in men and the relation with the gonadal axis. Methods: We examined men who attended the Unity of Investigation UNILIME-UC university Hospital "Dr Angel Larralde", Valencia, Venezuela between March 2010 ­ March 2015; the sample was 70 subjects ; inclusion criteria were (> 35 years, low bone mass (osteopenia-osteoporosis) by ultrasound of calcáneum, Subclinic hipogonadism by Test of Morley and subsequently the realization of Bone Mineral Density (BMD) and Laboratory (hormonal profile). The results were analysed using descriptive analysis,Pearson, and chi square technique* Results: we studied 70 men age 57.81±12.97 years.High prevalence of low bone mass was found 70% (osteopenia), being the most affected of femur, neck (p <0.05. There was an evident decline in Testosterone (22.9%,) with a statistically significant positive correlation (p <0.05) with bone mineral density (BMD) of total hip (TH) and neck of the femur (NF); increase in luteinizing hormone (LH) 34.3% and decrease in the total Estradiol (E) 12.9%, with statistically significantnegative correlation (p <0.05) between LH and BMD NF and E with BMD of TH, NF and L1- L4; increase of 34.3% with SHBG (sexual Hormone Blinding Globulin) statistically significant negative correlation (p <0.001) with BMD of TH, NF and L1-L4. Conclusion: In variations of BMD in men we must consider: age> 60 years, serum total testosterone in order to corroborate the subclinical hypogonadism and serum levels of SHBG, and consider this as a predictor of low bone mass in men(AU)


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Humans , Male , Adult , Middle Aged , Aged , Osteoporosis/drug therapy , Testosterone/analysis , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Fractures, Bone , Bone Diseases , Bone Density , Internal Medicine
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Arq. gastroenterol ; 52(3): 176-179, July-Sep. 2015. tab, ilus
Article in English | LILACS | ID: lil-762880

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BackgroundLow bone mineral density is considered an extra-intestinal manifestation of celiac disease with reduced bone mass, increased bone fragility, and risk of fractures. Celiac disease is considered a condition at high risk for secondary osteoporosis and the evaluation of bone density is very important in the clinical management of these patients.ObjectiveThe present study aimed to investigate bone alterations in celiac patients from Curitiba, South Region of Brazil at diagnosis, correlating the findings with age and gender.MethodsPatients who were included in the study were attended to in a private office of the same physician from January 2009 to December 2013. The diagnosis of celiac disease was done through clinical, serological and histological findings. All data were collected from the medical charts of the patients. After the diagnosis of celiac disease, evaluation for low bone mineral density was requested by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA). DEXA bone densitometer was used to estimate low bone mineral density at the lumbar spine and femur.ResultsA total of 101 patients, 82 (81.2%) female and 19 (18.8%) male subjects, with mean age of 39.0±3.03 years were included. At celiac disease diagnosis, 36 (35.6%) were younger than 30 years, 41 (40.6%) were between 31 and 50 years, and 24 (23.8%) were older than 50 years. Among the evaluated patients, 69 (68.3%) presented low bone mineral density, being 47% with osteopenia and 32% with osteoporosis. Patients who were older than 51 years and diagnosed with celiac disease presented low bone mineral density in 83.3% (20/24) of the cases. As expected, age influenced significantly the low bone mineral density findings. Among women, low bone mineral density was present with high frequency (60%) from 30 to 50 years. In patients diagnosed older than 60 years (n=8), all the women (n=5) and two of the three men had osteoporosis.ConclusionThis study demonstrated that 69% of Brazilian patients with celiac disease at diagnosis had low bone mineral density, being more frequent in women older than 50 years.


ContextoBaixa densidade mineral óssea é considerada uma manifestação extra-intestinal da doença celíaca com redução da massa óssea, aumento da fragilidade óssea e risco de fraturas. A doença celíaca é considerada uma condição de alto risco para a osteoporose secundária e a avaliação da densidade óssea é muito importante no manejo clínico dos pacientes.ObjetivoO presente estudo teve como objetivo investigar as alterações ósseas presentes em pacientes com doença celíaca de Curitiba-PR, no momento do diagnóstico, correlacionando os achados com a idade e gênero.MétodosOs pacientes incluídos no estudo foram atendidos por um só médico no período de janeiro/2009 a dezembro/2013. O diagnóstico da doença celíaca foi feito através das manifestações clínicas, sorologia específica e achados histológicos da mucosa duodenal. Todos os dados foram coletados a partir dos prontuários dos pacientes. Após o diagnóstico da doença celíaca, foi solicitada a avaliação de densidade mineral óssea por meio de densitometria (dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry DEXA). DEXA foi utilizada para estimar a densidade mineral óssea na coluna lombar e fêmur.ResultadosUm total de 101 pacientes, 82 (81,2%) mulheres e 19 (18,8%) homens, com idade média de 39,0±3,03 anos foram incluídos. No momento do diagnóstico de doença celíaca, 36 (35,6%) tinham menos de 30 anos, 41 (40,6%) tinham entre 31 e 50 anos, e 24 (23,8%) tinham mais de 50 anos. Entre os pacientes avaliados, 69 (68,3%) apresentaram baixa densidade mineral óssea, 47% deles com osteopenia e 32% com a osteoporose. Os pacientes maiores de 51 anos de idade apresentaram baixa densidade mineral óssea em 83,3% (20/24) dos casos. Como esperado, a idade influenciou significativamente os resultados da baixa densidade mineral óssea. Entre as mulheres, baixa densidade mineral óssea foi observada com alta frequência (60%) também na faixa etária entre 30 a 50 anos. Pacientes diagnosticados mais de 60 anos (n=8), todas as mulheres (n=5) e dois dos três homens tinham osteoporose.ConclusãoO presente estudo demonstrou que 69% dos pacientes brasileiros com doença celíaca no momento do diagnóstico apresentaram baixa densidade mineral óssea, sendo mais frequente em mulheres com mais de 50 anos.


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Adult , Female , Humans , Male , Middle Aged , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Celiac Disease/complications , Osteoporosis/etiology , Absorptiometry, Photon , Age Factors , Bone Density , Brazil , Bone Diseases, Metabolic , Celiac Disease , Femur , Lumbar Vertebrae , Osteoporosis , Risk Factors , Sex Factors
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Arch. endocrinol. metab. (Online) ; 59(3): 252-258, 06/2015. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS | ID: lil-751308

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Objective Bone loss has been established as a major extra-intestinal complication of short bowel syndrome (SBS). The purpose of this study was to correlate bone mineral density (BMD) with body mass index (BMI), serum vitamin and mineral levels in patients with SBS.Material and methods The study was conducted on 13 patients (8 male and 5 female, 54.7 ± 11.4 years) with SBS (residual small bowel length of 10 to 100 cm). We determined the food ingestion, anthropometry, serum levels of vitamins C, A, D, E and K, as well as serum and urinary levels of phosphorus and calcium. BMD was measured by dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA).Results Osteopenia and osteoporosis was diagnosed in all but one SBS patient. Serum levels of vitamin D were low in all volunteers. Sixty-one percent of patients had vitamin E deficiency; hypovitaminosis A and C occurred in one subject. BMI and C, E and K vitamin serum levels correlated with T-score of BMD.Conclusions Osteopenia and osteoporosis were common in SBS patients. There was a correlation between BMD and the serum levels of vitamins C, E and K, an indicative that such vitamins may influence bone health. Arch Endocrinol Metab. 2015;59(3):252-8.


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Adult , Aged , Female , Humans , Male , Middle Aged , Ascorbic Acid/blood , Body Mass Index , Bone Density/physiology , Short Bowel Syndrome/physiopathology , Vitamin E/blood , Vitamin K/blood , Absorptiometry, Photon , Avitaminosis/complications , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Cross-Sectional Studies , Calcium/analysis , Energy Intake/physiology , Hospitalization , Osteoporosis/etiology , Phosphorus/analysis , Reference Values , Short Bowel Syndrome/blood , Short Bowel Syndrome/complications , Time Factors
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J. bras. nefrol ; 36(3): 352-359, Jul-Sep/2014. tab, graf
Article in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: lil-725504

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Introdução: Os distúrbios mineral e ósseo (DMO) são encontrados com frequência em pacientes com doença renal crônica (DRC) e são causa importante de morbidade e mortalidade nessa população. São escassos na literatura estudos que avaliam a prevalência dos tipos de alterações histológicas no tecido ósseo e suas associações com desfechos clínicos, como fraturas, hospitalização, doença cardiovascular e mortalidade. Os estudos epidemiológicos dos DMO-DRC podem ser facilitados pela criação de registros. O Registro Brasileiro de Biópsias Ósseas (REBRABO) será uma base de dados coordenada pelo Comitê DMO-DRC da Sociedade Brasileira de Nefrologia. Objetivo: Descrever o desenho, banco de dados e metodologia do REBRABO. Métodos: Será uma base de dados eletrônica online, envolvendo informações nacionais, observacionais, multicêntricas retrospectivas (1ª fase), e prospectivas (2ª fase), contendo dados demográficos, clínicos, laboratoriais e de histologia óssea, obtidos por meio da técnica de histomorfometria em pacientes com DMO-DRC; serão empregadas análises estatísticas de relação e comparação para identificar possíveis associações entre os DMODRC e desfechos clínicos, incluindo fraturas, hospitalizações e mortalidade. Resultados: A primeira fase do REBRABO revelará análise de informações demográficas, clínicas, laboratoriais e de histologia do tecido ósseo de janeiro/1986 até dezembro/2013, cujos Resultados são esperados no primeiro semestre de 2015. Conclusão: Existe a necessidade de estudos que avaliem a prevalência, associações entre variáveis sociodemográficas, clínicas, laboratoriais ...


Introduction: Mineral bone disorder (MBD) is a common condition in chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients and causes significant morbidity and mortality. Data involving prevalence of alterations in bone histological patterns, impact of different treatments and its repercussion in outcomes, such as bone fractures, hospitalization, cardiovascular disease and mortality, are scarce. Data bank registry can be a valuable tool to understand epidemiological aspects of MBD CKD. The Brazilian Registry of Bone Biopsy (REBRABO) will be a national registry, coordinating by the Brazilian Society of Nephrology - Committee of MBD-CKD. Objective: To describe REBRABO's design, elements of data and methodology. Methods: Will be an online national observational and multicentric data registry divided in two phases (retrospective, 1st phase) and prospective (2nd phase), including information from bone tissue histomorphometric analysis and demographics, clinical and laboratorial data from CKD-MBD patients. Results: The REBRABO's first phase will explore data on demographics, clinical, laboratorial and bone histomorphometric analysis data from January/1986 to December/2013. The first Results are expected in early 2015. Conclusion: Studies in the field of CKD-MBD are needed, particularly those analyzing its prevalence, associations between demographic, clinical, histological parameters, and major outcomes. The REBRABO will be a unique retrospective and prospective research platform including bone biopsy data in CKD-MBD patients. .


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Humans , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/pathology , Bone and Bones/pathology , Kidney Failure, Chronic/complications , Registries , Biopsy , Brazil , Records , Research Design
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Rev. Assoc. Med. Bras. (1992) ; 60(1): 53-58, Jan-Feb/2014. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS | ID: lil-710319

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Objective The aim of this cross-sectional study was to evaluate the prevalence of low bone mass density in cystic fibrosis patients as well as to evaluate the factors associated with bone mass in such patients. Methods Bone mass density was measured by dual-photon X-ray absorptiometry of lumbar spine (L1-L4), in patients ≤19 years old, or lumbar spine and femur (total and neck) in patients ≥20 years old. Evaluations of nutritional status, biochemical parameters, and lung function were performed. Medication data were obtained from medical records. Results Fifty-eight patients were included in the study (25 males/ 33 females), mean age 23.9 years (16-53years). The prevalence of bone mass below the expected range for age at any site was 20.7%. None of the subjects had history of fracture. Lumbar spine Z-score in cystic fibrosis patients correlated positively with body mass index (r= 0.3, p=0.001), and forced expiratory volume in the first second (% predicted) (r=0.415, p=0.022). Mean lumbar spine Z-score was higher in women (p=0.001), in patients with no pancreatic insufficiency (p=0.032), and in patients with no hospitalization in the last 3 months (p=0.02). After multivariate analysis, body mass index (p= 0.001) and sex (p=0.001) were independently associated with Z-score in lumbar spine. Conclusion Low bone mass is a frequent problem in patients with CF, being independently associated with body mass index, and male sex. .


Objetivo Determinar a prevalência de massa óssea baixa em pacientes adolescentes e adultos com fibrose cística e estudar os fatores potencialmente associados. Métodos Densidade mineral óssea foi determinada por absorciometria por dupla emissão de raios X na coluna lombar em pacientes ≤ 19 anos e na coluna e no fêmur em pacientes ≥ 20 anos. Avaliações nutricionais, bioquímicas e pulmonares foram realizadas. Dados referentes ao tratamento farmacológico foram coletados. Resultados 58 pacientes foram incluídos no estudo (25 homens/33 mulheres), média de idade de 23,9 anos (16-53). Massa óssea abaixo da esperada foi verificada em 20,7% dos pacientes. Não houve histórico de fratura. Z-score da coluna lombar associou-se positivamente com índice de massa corporal (r=0,3; p=0,022), volume expiratório forçado (% previsto) (r=0,415; p=0,001). A média do Z-score da coluna foi mais alta nas mulheres que nos homens (p=0,001), em pacientes que não possuíam insuficiência pancreática (p=0,02) e em pacientes que não haviam sido hospitalizados nos últimos três meses (p=0,032). Os fatores encontrados como preditores independentes de Z-score da coluna lombar foram sexo masculino (p=0,001) e índice de massa corporal (p=0,001). Conclusão Massa óssea baixa é frequente em pacientes com FC, estando associada independentemente com índice de massa corporal e sexo masculino. .


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Adolescent , Adult , Female , Humans , Male , Middle Aged , Young Adult , Bone Density/physiology , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/epidemiology , Cystic Fibrosis/complications , Absorptiometry, Photon , Body Mass Index , Bone Diseases, Metabolic/etiology , Brazil/epidemiology , Cross-Sectional Studies , Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency/complications , Forced Expiratory Volume , Femur , Lumbar Vertebrae , Nutritional Status , Prevalence , Risk Factors , Sex Factors
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