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The role of androgens in osteoporosis and frailty 

The role of androgens in osteoporosis and frailty
The role of androgens in osteoporosis and frailty

Karen Choong

and Shalender Bhasin

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date: 30 July 2021

Ageing is associated with declines in skeletal muscle mass, muscle strength and power, physical function, and bone mass and quality; these impairments contribute to increased risk of falls, disability, and fractures.

In epidemiological studies, low testosterone levels are associated with lower skeletal muscle mass, muscle strength, physical function, and bone mineral density and higher risk of functional limitations, fractures, and mortality....

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