One year prospective open study of the effect of high dose inhaled steroids, fluticasone propionate, and budesonide on bone markers and bone mineral density

Hughes, J. A.; Conry, B. G.; Male, S. M.; Eastell, R.
March 1999
Thorax;Mar1999, p223
Academic Journal
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