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Bone resorption inhibitors

What are Bone resorption inhibitors?

Bone resorption inhibitors are drugs that inhibit mineralization or resorption of the bone by blocking the action of osteoclasts. They are used to treat postmenopausal and glucocorticoid induced osteoporosis, Paget's disease of the bone and malignant hypercalcemia.

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Types of Bone resorption inhibitors

Please refer to the drug classes listed below for further information.

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