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Primary osteoporosis (OP) can be successfully diagnosed with the complex use of clinical, laboratory, and X-ray studies. In terms of the population characteristics of the sizes and shapes of vertebral bodies, X-ray morphometry of the vertebral column occupies a special place in a set of radiodiagnostic methods. X-ray morphometry is required to diagnose the most pronounced deformative osteoporotic changes in the spine and to determine the time course of changes in vertebral bodies. The use ofdoi:10.14412/2074-2711-2011-155 fatcat:75ucxsdlybacvplioxjy5avvju