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  • Osteomalacia

    Osteomalacia is softening of the bones. It occurs because of a lack of vitamin D or a problem with the body's ability to break down and use this vitamin, which helps your body absorb calcium. Your body needs calcium to maintain the strength and hardness of your bones.

  • Osteomalacia

    A lifetime prevalence of any fracture was found to be 45% for men and 31% for women within the age range of 25-74 years; and 42% for men and 40% for women within the age range of 65-74 years Without medical management, rachitic leg-deformities can persist and worsen. Effective management of rachitic children begins with an appropriate diagnosis. When osteomalacia is biologically active, curative therapy is needed.


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