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  • Osteomalacia

    Osteomalacia suggests a softening of your bones, frequently brought on by a vitamin D deficiency. Fragile bones will presumably bow and break than are harder, strong bones. Osteomalacia results from a blemish in the bone-building strategy Muscle inadequacy and throbbing bone torment are the genuine signs of osteomalacia It is estimated that 14 million people (10% of the population) suffer from osteomalacia and 20 million have osteopenia – leaving 34 million people at high risk of fracture

  • Osteomalacia

    In some Russian cities, the lack of hospitalization and surgery following hip fracture lends itself to an extremely high fracture rate of up to 45-52% during the first year following fracture Of those who survive hip fracture, only 9% return to their previous level of daily activities Muscle shortcoming and pain-filled bone agony are the significant side effects of osteomalacia. Treatment for osteomalacia includes renewing low levels of vitamin D and calcium and treating any hidden issue that may be bringing on the lacks.

 

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