Mineral bone density, fat and fat-free mass in children of different age and gender

V.V. Povoroznyuk, F.V. Klymovytskyi, N.I. Balatska, N.I. Dzerovych, T.N. Golubeva, S.S. Chuchvareva, T.M. Chirah

Abstract


The authors present the first in Ukraine research on the creation of the database of normative data on mineral density of bone tissue and indicators of the physique (fat mass, fat-free mass and percent fat mass in children and adolescents of Ukraine.


Keywords


mineral bone density; children; body fat mass

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-1507.1.05.2012.82067

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