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Pettifor's major research interests have focused on metabolic bone diseases in children, and in particular the roles of vitamin D and dietary calcium intake in the pathogenesis of rickets.
Metabolic bone disease (MBD) is a term used to describe these abnormalities of bone metabolism.
Primer on the metabolic bone diseases and disorders of mineral metabolism, 8th ed.
Metabolic bone disease is a common yet preventable condition in waterfowl living in public parks.
Recently, we encountered four patients with previous gastric bypass surgery who had metabolic bone disease similar to that reported in the older literature in patients who had partial gastrectomies.
Crohn's disease can lead to metabolic bone disease and an increased incidence of fractures.
It may be due to an inherited genetic disorder, metabolic bone disease, or secondary to maternal renal disease or malnutrition.
This multiauthored text focuses on laboratory approaches to the diagnosis and management of endocrine disorders involving the pituitary gland, the thyroid gland, the adrenal cortex and medulla, the gonads, and the gastrointestinal tract as well as hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, metabolic bone disease, and endocrine malignancies.
Dr Richard Keen, consultant in metabolic bone disease at London's Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, said: "It may help to explain why osteoporosis is becoming more prevalent and there is concern about bone strength in the younger children.
Now Prof Purdie, of the Centre for Metabolic Bone Disease at the University of Hull, has teamed up with a dance tutor to create two new routines designed to help sufferers.
The jaw deformity was the result of a metabolic bone disease, a common ailment among iguanas living in captivity, he said.