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1-Jan-2014Association between hypertension and fragility fracture: A longitudinal studyYang, S; Nguyen, ND; Center, JR; Eisman, JA; Nguyen, TV
1-Oct-2013Progressively increasing fracture risk with advancing age after initial incident fragility fracture: The Tromsø StudyAhmed, LA; Center, JR; Bjørnerem, A; Bluic, D; Joakimsen, RM; Jørgensen, L; Meyer, HE; Nguyen, ND; Nguyen, TV; Omsland, TK; Størmer, J; Tell, GS; Van Geel, TA; Eisman, JA; Emaus, N
1-Mar-2011Association between beta-blocker use and fracture risk: The Dubbo Osteoporosis Epidemiology StudyYang, S; Nguyen, ND; Center, JR; Eisman, JA; Nguyen, TV
1-Nov-2013Compound risk of high mortality following osteoporotic fracture and refracture in elderly women and menBliuc, D; Nguyen, ND; Nguyen, TV; Eisman, JA; Center, JR
1-Jan-2014Association between fat-mass-And-obesity-Associated (FTO) gene and hip fracture susceptibilityTran, B; Nguyen, ND; Center, JR; Eisman, JA; Nguyen, TV
1-Apr-2011Osteoporosis medication and reduced mortality risk in elderly women and menCenter, JR; Bliuc, D; Nguyen, ND; Nguyen, TV; Eisman, JA
14-Jan-2008Endogenous sex hormones and incident fracture risk in older men: The Dubbo osteoporosis epidemiology studyMeier, C; Nguyen, TV; Handelsman, DJ; Schindler, C; Kushnir, MM; Rockwood, AL; Meikle, AW; Center, JR; Eisman, JA; Seibel, MJ
1-Jul-2013Individualized fracture risk assessment: Progresses and challengesNguyen, TV; Center, JR; Eisman, JA
1-Jan-2016Two Rare Mutations in the COL1A2 Gene Associate with Low Bone Mineral Density and Fractures in IcelandStyrkarsdottir, U; Thorleifsson, G; Eiriksdottir, B; Gudjonsson, SA; Ingvarsson, T; Center, JR; Nguyen, TV; Eisman, JA; Christiansen, C; Thorsteinsdottir, U; Sigurdsson, G; Stefansson, K
13-Sep-2017Prediction of hip fracture in post-menopausal women using artificial neural network approachHo-Le, TP; Center, JR; Eisman, JA; Nguyen, TV; Nguyen, HT
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