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Master Thesis

L'effet de l'activité physique sur la densité minérale osseuse chez les survivantes du cancer du sein

Abstract : Introduction: Breast Cancer is the most common form of cancer found in women in France. It’s mortality lowered these last years, however, ther’s often lasting damages done by it. Among those Bone Mineral Density loss can be found and with it an increase in the risk of fracture. Objective: This revue’s objective is the evaluation of the effect of intense physical activity practiced over one year versus low intensity physical activity during the same time-frame on the Bone minéral density of Breast Cancer Survivor. Research Methodology : Researches were done using PubMed, Cochrane and PEDro Databases. Articles were screened using predetermined criteria. Articles assessment was done using PEDro scale. Results and analysis : Results show a diminution of Bone mineral density loss in Lumbar spine of 10.69[9.69 ;11.70] mg/cm², a slightly lessened Bone mineral density loss in Femoral Neck and an increased loss in total hip bone minéral density of-4.81[-5.39 ;-4.24]. Discussion: Previously delivered results were associated with Evidence Quality of High, Moderate and Very Low respectively, using GRADE assessment method. This revue assessment realised by it’s own author showed a 27 out of 44 on the R-AMSTAR scale.
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Pierre Seiler. L'effet de l'activité physique sur la densité minérale osseuse chez les survivantes du cancer du sein. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03358657⟩



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