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Institute of Musculoskeletal Science
University of Oxford
Michael Pazianas, MD, is an osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease specialist. Dr. Pazianas′s research areas of expertise are in the pathophysiology of calcium and phosphate homeostasis. His publications include the first description of aortic stenosis as a complication of chronic uremia, identification of risk factors for radiographic hyperparathyroidism in patients with end-stage renal disease, assessment of the bones of individuals from Camelford, England after an incident in which 20 tons of aluminum sulphate were deposited into a public drinking water supply, effects of HIV infection on bone mass, the identification of a divalent-cation sensing "receptor" in the enterocytes and a number of studies on the skeletal complications of gastrointestinal/liver disorders. Dr. Pazianas′s research has been published in over 85 papers, including authoritative review articles and chapters. He is also co-author of a monograph entitled "Therapy of Osteoporosis". Dr Pazianas is a reviewer for several journals including PNAS, Blood, FASEB, American Journal of Physiology, Osteoporosis Int and Calcified Tissues Int.
His clinical expertise includes more than a decade experience with personal use of bone densitometers and the performance of hundreds of bone biopsies.
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