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    Age-group-specific rates of treatment with anti-osteoporosis pharmacotherapy during the twelve months following fracture among women and men, by fracture site.

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    Representative pressure mapping demonstrating the contact area and pressure distribution in the lateral and medial compartments of specimen 7 (a left knee) at 30° of flexion for the eight lateral meniscus conditions. The diamond shows that the distribution of pressure between the medial and lateral compartments of the knee was equal.

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    The gap was measured as the distance between two lines, one line connecting the edges of the proximal fracture plane and the other (parallel) line drawn along the nearest part of the distal fracture plane.

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    A flowchart of the thirty hips that underwent late reconstructive surgery, showing the long-term (fifty-year) radiographic outcome in relation to indications for surgery and short-term results (one year after surgery) and presented as number of hips.

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    Flowchart of patient categories over a two-year follow-up period for the university hospital with a fracture liaison service (FLS) and at the general hospital without a fracture liaison service (no-FLS).

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    CONSORT diagram shows the flow of patients in the study.

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    Radiographs showing (Fig. 1-A) varus (disruption) type two-part fracture and (Fig. 1-B) valgus (lateral) impaction-type three-part fracture. Typically, the greater tuberosity fragment lies superior to the head fragment. R = right.

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    A bar graph showing complex fractures, defined as type-3 supracondylar humeral fractures, supracondylar humeral fractures with intercondylar extension, open fractures, or supracondylar humeral fractures with ipsilateral upper-extremity fractures. Here the type-3 fractures are separated from the rest of the complex fractures. Logistic regression analysis revealed that fracture complexity was more likely to occur in obese patients (OR, 9.19; p < 0.001), overweight patients (OR, 2.05; p = 0.02), and underweight patients (OR, 1.91; p = 0.08) than in normal-weight patients.

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    Summary of appropriateness ratings.

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    Mean T2-weighted signal intensity ratios (and standard error of the mean) for both groups. The ratios were significantly higher in group S than group C at three and forty-eight hours and at one, three, six, and twelve weeks postoperatively. Pre = preoperative. *p < 0.001.

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