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Osteoporosis — a metabolic disease of the skeletal system associated with a reduced bone density and deterioration of bone tissue microarchitecture. The article describes the basic mechanisms of formation and clinical and diagnostic aspects of osteoporosis in children with gonadal dysgenesis.
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