Determinants of Skeletal Loss and Recovery in Anorexia Nervosa


Authors:Miller, K. K., Lee, E. E., Lawson, E. A., Misra, M., Minihan, J., Grinspoon, S. K., Gleysteen, S., Mickley, D., Herzog, D. and Klibanski, A.
N=75 AN. Rapid bone loss annual average rate of 2.5% for amenorrheic AN. No increase in BMD with oral contraceptives. Resumption of menses resulted in mean annual increase of 3.1% at all measured sites.