Osteoporosis test

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1. Osteocalcin is:
Marker of bone formation
Marker of bone resorption
Hormon produced by hypophysis

2. Bone Markers - Reason for Measurement is:
Diagnosis of OP
Detection of Fast Losers
Detection of ovaries hypofunction

3. One or more vertebral fractures have:
Approximately 5% of women over the age of 50
Approximately 10% of women over the age of 50
Approximately 20-25% of women over the age of 50

4. Someone in the European Union has a fracture as a result of osteoporosis:
Every 30 seconds
Every 30 minuts
Every 30 hours

5. Most common osteoporotic fracture is:
Forearm fracture
Vertebral fracture
Hip fracture

6. Consequences of Vertebral Fractures are:
Stroke
Loss of weight
Kyphosis

7. FRAX has been developed as a:
10 years fracture risk calculation based on femoral neck densitometry together with independent fracture risk factors
5 years fracture risk calculation based on femoral neck densitometry together with independent fracture risk factors
15 years fracture risk calculation based on femoral neck densitometry together with independent fracture risk factors

8. Clinical Risk Factors of OP isn't:
Obesity
Family History Hip-Fracture
Glucocorticoids

9. Antiresorptive Agents:
Have no influence on biochemical markers of bone turnover
Increase both cortical and trabecular bone mass(bone mineral density) and improve bone quality
Decrease both cortical and trabecular bone mass(bone mineral density) and improve bone quality

10. Risedronate 5 mg significantly reduced the incidence of nonvertebral fractures compared with control after 6 month of treatment by:
66%
10%
15%