BMJ 2011; 342: 289 – 340 (5th February)

Secondary causes of osteoporosis include myeloma, chronic renal or liver disease, hyperthyroidism, hyperparathyroidism, coeliac disease, premature menopause in women, and hypogonadism in men.  Investigations to consider therefore include FBC, PV, U&Es, LFTs, TFTs, bone profile, coeliac screen, FSH, and testosterone.


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