Osteoporosis Canada 2010 Guidelines for the Assessment of Fracture Risk Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Osteoporosis Canada's 2010 Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Osteoporosis in Canada focus on the clinical impact of fragility fractures, and on the assessment and management of women and men at high risk for fragility fracture. These guidelines now integrate a 10-year absolute fracture risk prediction into an overall management approach by using validated risk assessment tools. There currently is a large gap between optimal practices and those that are now being provided to Canadians with osteoporosis. These guidelines are part of a concerted effort to close this gap. Key changes from the 2002 guidelines of interest and relevance to radiologists are highlighted in this report.

authors

  • Lentle, Brian
  • Cheung, Angela M
  • Hanley, David A
  • Leslie, William D
  • Lyons, David
  • Papaioannou, Alexandra
  • Atkinson, Stephanie
  • Brown, Jacques P
  • Feldman, Sidney
  • Hodsman, Anthony B
  • Jamal, Abida Sophina
  • Josse, Robert G
  • Kaiser, Stephanie M
  • Kvern, Brent
  • Morin, Suzanne
  • Siminoski, Kerry

publication date

  • November 2011