Women with wrist fractures are at increased risk for future fractures because of both skeletal and non-skeletal risk factors [2]

Beatrice J. Edwards*, Craig B. Langman, Kathy Martinez, Majorie Johnson, Marie Laure Mille, Mark W. Rogers

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