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Studies have demonstrated that osteopenia and osteoporosis may be frequent complications of T1D, both in children and adults, and that T1D is associated with decreased bone density and increased fracture risk. In contrast to T1D, T2D has typically not been associated with osteopenia or osteoporosis and, in fact, has been more often associated with increased BMD. However, newer data show that bone quality and bone microarchitecture may be compromised in both conditions, suggesting that underlying mechanisms related to increased risk of fracture may be contributory to both forms of diabetes.
In this volume, we provide the reader with up-to-date information about what is currently known about diabetic bone disease and what are the challenges still facing the research and clinical care communities.
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