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Bone Disease in Transplant Recipients

Thursday, December 17, 2009

In this podcast, Dr. Michelle Josephson, Professor of Medicine and Director of Transplantation Medicine at the University of Chicago, discusses Bone Disease in transplant recipients. She emphasizes the importance of understanding the pathophysiology of bone disease and discusses the current screening and treatment recommendations as well as the most current KDIGO recommendations. This podcast provides practical, up-to-date information and advice for physicians about how to diagnose and treat bone disease in the transplant patient population.

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