Higher serum uric acid as a protective factor against incident osteoporotic fractures in Korean men: a longitudinal study using the National Claim Registry.
Kim, B-J; Baek, S; Ahn, S H; Kim, S H; Jo, M-W; Bae, S J; Kim, H-K; Choe, J; Park, G-M; Kim, Y-H; Lee, S H; Kim, G S; Koh, J-M.
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Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-24668006
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