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Juvenile Osteoporosis
  1. P. Lapatsanis,
  2. A. Kavadias,
  3. K. Vretos


    Two cases of idiopathic juvenile osteoporosis are described; one with the mild form of the disease, and the other with the severe form. The common findings were pain in the feet or in the lumbar spine, with a negative calcium balance. Phosphorus balance was negative only in the child with the severe form of the disease.

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