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ba0005p480 | Paediatric bone disease | ECTS2016

The influence of mobility on bone status in subjects with rett syndrome: a 10-year longitudinal study

Caffarelli Carla , Pitinca Maria Dea Tomai , Francolini Valentina , Hayek Jussef , Nuti Ranuccio , Gonnelli Stefano

Low bone mass is a frequent complication of subjects with Rett syndrome. It is well known that many factors such as the use of anticonvulsant drugs, the presence of scoliosis, the nutrition status, the low levels of 25OHD and the ambulatory impairment influence the attainment of peak bone mass in Rett subjects. This study aimed to investigate the long-term influences of mobility on bone status in girls with Rett syndromeIn 47 girls with Rett syndrome, se...