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[Clinical heterogeneity of atypical fractures during prolonged use of bisphosphonates--risk factors and bone turnover markers].

We describe four cases of atypical femoral fractures treated at the Department of Endocrinology, Hospital de Clínicas, Federal University of Paraná (SEMPR) which, although characteristic of this type of fracture, presented clinical peculiarities that should be considered and serve as a warning in these patients, such as: late diagnosis with maintenance of bisphosphonates; absence of co-morbidities with excellent result; failure of fracture healing; use of anabolic medication after the fracture and the use of bone turnover markers at the follow up.

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