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A bone scan reveals that portions of the skeleton show greater than normal demineralization, what hormone can help me reverse this?

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Dr. Larry Wilf
Nuclear Medicine
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In brief: May not need hormone

Do u still have your ovaries? Do u have a known hormone deficiency ? Do u have a family hx of osteopenia/porosis? U may just need a calcium supplement.
Yalk to your md.

In brief: May not need hormone

Do u still have your ovaries? Do u have a known hormone deficiency ? Do u have a family hx of osteopenia/porosis? U may just need a calcium supplement.
Yalk to your md.
Dr. Larry Wilf
Dr. Larry Wilf
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Dr. Shah Nawaz
Psychiatry
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In brief: Vitamin D

Vitamin d is common deficiency also affect at metabolism of calcium.

In brief: Vitamin D

Vitamin d is common deficiency also affect at metabolism of calcium.
Dr. Shah Nawaz
Dr. Shah Nawaz
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Dr. Gerald Mandell
Bone scan (intravenous injection of tracer) to detect areas of abnormal uptake or metabolism) is different from DEXA scan ( dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry using low dose xrays for determining bone density or mineralization) .
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