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5 or less had an absolute risk of an incident vertebral fracture greater then 50%, compared with a 9% risk among women with a normal BMD and no fracture history.
In addition, a low baseline BMD at several sites (the calcaneus, distal radius, total hip, femoral neck, and lumbar spine) was a significant predictor of incident vertebral fractures during the follow-up period.
Burge and associates followed subjects assigned to the placebo arm of the phase III Vertebral Efficacy With Risedronate Therapy and Hip Intervention Program studies to evaluate risk of fracture in women who had an incident vertebral fracture at the time enrollment.
At 3 years, 381 of 2,720 subjects had experienced one or more incident vertebral fractures.
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