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Clinical characteristics and biochemical and bone densitometry findings in the 195 children and adolescents. P-values refer to the difference between girls and boys.

By Minna Pekkinen (317066), Heli Viljakainen (317067), Elisa Saarnio (317069), Christel Lamberg-Allardt (317071) and Outi Mäkitie (317072)

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<p>All values are median; range in parentheses. LS =  lumbar spine, WB =  whole body, BMI =  body mass index.</p>a<p>Reference ranges, PTH, 8–73.</p>b<p>Reference ranges, P-Ca, 2.05–2.7 (6–10 age), 2.15–2.7 (11–16 age), 2.25–2.65 (17 age),</p><p>2.15–2.51 (since 18 age).</p>c<p>Reference ranges, P-Pi, 1.2–1.8 (2–12 age), 1.1–1.8 (13–16 age), 0.8–1.4 (17 age), 0.71–1.53 (male, 18–49 age), 10.76–1.41 (female, since 18 age).</p>d<p>Reference ranges, P-ALP (Z-score), −2.0–+2.0<sup>e</sup> Reference ranges, U-Ca/U-Crea, <0.70.</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Medicine, Physiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, characteristics, biochemical, densitometry, findings, 195, children, p-values, girls
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0040090.t001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/284881
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