Author(s): Singer FR, Eyre DR
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Abstract Biochemical markers of bone turnover provide clinically useful evidence of the normal and pathologic processes that reflect bone cell activity in the skeleton. Understanding the behavior of markers of bone formation and bone resorption should aid in managing patients with a variety of skeletal disorders.
This article was published in Cleve Clin J Med
and referenced in Journal of Molecular Biomarkers & Diagnosis