Osteoporasis, Biology

OSTEOPORASIS -

Reduction in bone tissue mass causing weakness of skeletal strength. It leads to crush fracture.

It occurs in pastmenopausal women & elderly man.

Common symptoms are pain in the bone, particularly the back and vartebral crush.

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