23 March 2018

Definition of osteoporosis in the Biological Clinic

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Osteoporosis is a chronic illness characterized by pathological fracture and fracture occurring as a result of skeletal bone mineral deficiency disorders. During the disease, the amount of calcium and minerals in the bone decreases. Osteoporosis is the most common type of bone disease. reports that, Almost half of the women over the age of 50 are exposed to fractures of the thigh, wrist, fascia or other bones. Bone is a lively and always-renewing tissue. The most important of minerals required for the formation of this tissue is calcium. If you do not take enough calcium and vitamin D, or if your body is unable to obtain enough calcium from your foods, then your bones will become fragile and more likely to break down.

There are no signs of early stages in Osteprose. In many cases, people are aware of this illness after breaking down. Some bones, such as the neck of the thigh bone's fractures are very dangerous. About 25% of these fractures result in death. If osteoporosis is determined on time, the patients will not face such problems. For this you need to apply to your doctor in time. The bone mineral densitometry and the mineral density of the bone should first determine during the treatment. Bone densitometry is a standard method that accurately determines calcium in the bone. If there are 1 or 2 of the risk factors listed above, it is advisable to consult a physician. It is recommended that healthy people aged 30-40 years be examined once in 2 years, and people over 40 years of age should undergo bone densitometry once a year. But after the post-menopausal period, this examination should be performed by the physician. The Biomedical Clinic uses the Lunar Prodigy Primo DEXA System (USA), manufactured by GE Healthcare. Densitometry examination is done in a short time (10 minutes) painless, without pre-requiring any preparation. No need to get hungry. In addition to bone densitometry examination, there may be a need for more blood tests. Since 98% of calcium in the human body is found in bone tissue, it is impossible to diagnose osteoporosis only by checking only calcium in the blood.

The most accurate result is the examination of bone densitometry. Take the time densitometry examination so that your bones are strong!

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2017.08.08 / 18:02
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