• Five young men had a similar syndrome of osteopenia and hypercalciuria, probably resorptive and absorptive, with histomorphometric data suggesting decreased bone mass with increased rate of bone formation. A search for causes of osteopenia, either primary or secondary, was unrewarding.
(Arch Intern Med 1982;142:1295-1298)
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