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2010-05-26Contributions of lean mass and fat mass to bone mineral density: A study in postmenopausal womenHo-Pham, LT; Nguyen, ND; Lai, TQ; Nguyen, TV
2008-01-14Endogenous 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
2016-01-06Sequence variants in the PTCH1 gene associate with spine bone mineral density and osteoporotic fracturesStyrkarsdottir, U; Thorleifsson, G; Gudjonsson, SA; Sigurdsson, A; Center, JR; Lee, SH; Nguyen, TV; Kwok, TCY; Lee, JSW; Ho, SC; Woo, J; Leung, PC; Kim, BJ; Rafnar, T; Kiemeney, LA; Ingvarsson, T; Koh, JM; Tang, NLS; Eisman, JA; Christiansen, C; Sigurdsson, G; Thorsteinsdottir, U; Stefansson, K
2016-02-01Body Composition in Individuals with Asymptomatic Osteoarthritis of the KneeHo-Pham, LT; Lai, TQ; Mai, LD; Doan, MC; Nguyen, TV
2010-10-25Association between vitamin D insufficiency and tuberculosis in a vietnamese populationHo-Pham, LT; Nguyen, ND; Nguyen, TT; Nguyen, DH; Bui, PK; Nguyen, VN; Nguyen, TV
2011-12-01Remodeling markers are associated with larger intracortical surface area but smaller trabecular surface area: A twin studyBjørnerem, A; Ghasem-Zadeh, A; Bui, M; Wang, X; Rantzau, C; Nguyen, TV; Hopper, JL; Zebaze, R; Seeman, E
2008-10-01Development of prognostic nomograms for individualizing 5-year and 10-year fracture risksNguyen, ND; Frost, SA; Center, JR; Eisman, JA; Nguyen, TV
2012-03-01Low aglycone content in commercial soy drink productsNguyen, HTT; Pourian, M; Byström, B; Dahlin, I; Duc, PTM; Nguyen, TV; von Schoultz, B; Hirschberg, AL
2013-03-01Genetic profiling and individualized assessment of fracture riskNguyen, TV; Eisman, JA
2014-02-01The impact of nonhip nonvertebral fractures inn elderly women and menBliuc, D; Nguyen, TV; Eisman, JA; Center, JR
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