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Title: 事件発生時,生後から思春期と成人であったカネミ油症検診者の骨密度の差
Other Titles: Differences in the bone mineral density in patients with Kanemi Yusho treated before and after the age of 18 years.
Authors: 吉村, 俊朗 / 川崎, 涼子 / 中野, 治郎 / 枡田, 智子 / 徳田, 昌紘 / 中田, るか / 片岡, 英樹 / 佐賀里, 昭 / 沖田, 実
Authors (alternative): Yoshimura, Toshiro / Kawasaki, Ryoko / Nakano, Jiro / Masuda, Tomoko / Tokuda, Masahiro / Nakata, Ruka / Kataoka, Hideki / Sagari, Akira / Okita, Minoru
Issue Date: Apr-2011
Publisher: 福岡医学会 / Fukuoka Medical Society
Citation: 福岡医学雑誌, 102(4), pp.130-133; 2011
Abstract: This study examined patients with Kanemi Yusho. The patients' height, weight, and bone mineral density were measured. The density of the distal end of the radius was measured using dual energy X-ray absorptiometry and the calcaneum was measured with ultrasound. We also measured urine levels of cross-linked N-telopeptides of type I collagen, serum tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase 5b, serum bone-specific alkaline phosphatase, serum Ca, serum P and blood PCB level. The patient group that took PCBs when they were 0 to 18 years old (such patients were 42 to 60 years old at the time of the study) showed no correlation between the bone density of the radius and calcaneum in spite of treatment received when they were over 18 years of age (> 60 years of age at the time of the study). The bone mineral density in Kanemi Yusho was not different from the control group. The levels of only serum bone-specific alkaline phosphatase were correlated with the bone mineral density of the radius and calcaneum in patients treated when they were over 18 years of age (currently over 60 years old). PCBs might have had an effect on bone density and bone metabolism.
Keywords: Kanemi Yusho / Bone mineral density / NTX / TRACP-5b / PCB
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/26000
ISSN: 0016254X
PubMed ID: 21706892
Type: Journal Article
Text Version: publisher
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