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density

In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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Because this was an observational study, it can't prove that poor social connections actually cause bone mineral density loss, the authors noted.
Table-IV: Correlation of levels of IGF-1 and ET-1 of patients in the observation group with cytokines and bone mineral density.
The multivariate regression analysis was performed to correlate demographic data with bone mineral density. For multivariate analysis, a generalized linear model was used for possible confounders.
A separate statistical analysis estimated the impact of sex (female or male) on bone mineral density over time.
Keywords: Bone Mineral Density, Chronic Low Back Pain, Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry, Low Back Pain.
Table-1: Association of Demographic characteristic with vitamin D levels and bone mineral density.
"When we investigated the relation of DXA and QCT with age, steroid intake and the fact that the patient had normal or diminished bone mineral density, we found that age (p = 0.23) and steroid intake (p = 0.94) were not statistically significant, but the diagnostic method was (p = 0.04).
Bone mineral density T scores were similar between groups.
Comparison of correlates of bone mineral density in individuals adhering to lacto-ovo, vegan, or omnivore diets: a cross-sectional investigation.
The team found that while girls in the four to six hour category had the highest bone mineral density, the amount of time spent in front of screens had a negative effect on the bone mineral density of boys.
In population-based studies, prolactin-elevating antipsychotics have been associated with decreased bone mineral density and increased risk of fracture.