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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Association of Spine with Religion of Study to Know the Prevalence of Regional Osteoporosis in Patients

Author: C. GANESH, VIJAY SHARATH CHANDHAR
Abstract: A multitude of risk factors has been established to be associated with the occurrence of osteoporosis. Broadly they can be divided into genetic and environmental factors and the interaction between both.16 The key factors include the higher age of the individual, female gender, Surgical removal of ovarian structures at a young age, immobility for a long duration, and long. Menopause and resulting hormonal changes in female population, other hormonal disorders affecting calcium and mineral metabolism, malnutrition, adverse effect of drugs like corticosteroids, inadequate calcium consumption, lack of physical activity, smoking and in recent times inadequate exposure to sunlight and resultant vitamin D deficiency etc. are associated with low bone mineral density. This research work proposes association of spine with religion of study to know the prevalence of regional osteoporosis in patients.
Keyword: Vitamin D, Menopause, Hormonal, Genetic and Environmental Factors, Corticosteroids, Inadequate Calcium.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.224
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