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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Association of Spine with Age Group of Study to know the Prevalence of Regional Osteoporosis in Patients

Author: DIVAKER FENN, VIJAY SHARATH CHANDHAR
Abstract: Osteoporosis, in recent years, has emerged as a foremost public health problematic of global importance. As the world population is aging as a result of increased life expectancy due to advances in healthcare, the prevalence of osteoporosis is also constantly on the rise. Due to this reduced bone strength. An osteoporotic person is at increased risk of developing fragility fractures. These fragility fractures predominantly involve hip, vertebral column and sometimes other skeletal sites like radius. Osteoporosis associated fractures are can result in disability substantial pain, suffering, and possibly even death of the exaggerated persons. Asymptomatic nature of osteoporosis in its early stages makes it one of the most under diagnosed clinical conditions and a significant proportion of patients directly present with fragility fractures. In both male and woman controls, cancellous bone mass accelerated closer to the femoral head and the fee of alternate turned into gender independent. Cancellous bone mass was similar in cases and controls in any respect locations. The huge physical, psychological and economic burden due to osteoporosis at personal, family and community level warrants effective interventions to prevent and manage osteoporosis to minimize this burden. This research work proposes to measure the occurrence of osteoporosis and osteopenia as assessed by bone inanimate density using Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) and to associate the occurrence of osteopenia and osteoporosis at lumbar vertebrae and hip with a view to identifying site-specific osteoporosis.
Keyword: DEXA, Micro Architectural, Lumbar Vertebrae, Osteoporosis and Osteopenia
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.226
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