osteopenia


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os·te·o·pe·ni·a

 (ŏs′tē-ə-pē′nē-ə)
n.
A generalized reduction in bone mass that is less severe than that resulting from osteoporosis, caused by the resorption of bone at a rate that exceeds bone synthesis.
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os·te·o·pe·ni·a

n. osteopenia, disminución de la calcificación ósea.

osteopenia

n osteopenia
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They noted borderline significant differences about fracture occurrence, but after adjusting age, these differences became insignificant.9 There could be several contributing factors for the higher occurrence of osteopenia and osteoporosis among married females like increasing age, multiparty, lactation, insufficient diet and others.26 Our study subjects were divided into six age categories.
Summary: Thinning of bone mass is known as Osteopenia. Osteopenia is considered to be a serious risk factor for osteoporosis.
[UKPRwire, Wed Apr 24 2019] The global market for osteopenia treatment is expected to witness high growth during the forecast period.
(1) However, most fractures experienced by postmenopausal women occur not in osteoporotic women but in those with low bone mass (osteopenia).
Intravenous zoledronate therapy given once every 18 months, with minimal use of calcium supplements, was associated with an increase in bone mass and significantly reduced the risk of vertebral and nonvertebral fractures in postmenopausal women, compared with a placebo, based on data from a 6-year trial of 2,000 ambulatory women aged 65 and older with osteopenia.
Intravenous zoledronate therapy given once every 18 months, with minimal use of calcium supplements, was associated with increased bone mass and significantly reduced the risk of vertebral and nonvertebral fractures in postmenopausal women with osteopenia, compared with a placebo, based on data from a 6-year trial of 2,000 ambulatory women aged 65 years and older.
12, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- The risk for fragility fractures is significantly lower in women with osteopenia who receive zoledronate than in those who receive placebo, according to a study published online Oct.
GLAMOROUS and ever youthful TV presenter Anthea Turner, 58, has always prided herself on being conscientious about her health and fitness - so she was shocked to discover that she'd developed osteopenia, a form of decreased bone density.
Researchers from the University of Auckland found that drug zoledronate reduced about one-third the risk of fracture in elderly women with osteopenia -- earlier stages of bone loss, the npr.org reported.
After a shock weak bone diagnosis, Anthea Turner talks to GABRIELLE FAGAN about self-care, exercise and reconnecting with herself after her divorce GLAMOROUS and ever youthful TV presenter Anthea Turner, 58, has always prided herself on being conscientious about her health and fitness - so she was shocked to discover that she'd developed osteopenia, a form of decreased bone density.
Bone metabolic changes were found in 20 cases of Child Pugh Class-B, out of these 20 cases, 12 (25.5%) had osteopenia and 8 (17.0%) had osteoporosis.
Individuals with prediabetes and type-2 diabetes have a higher prevalence of osteopenia. A recent study confirmed that football is effective for osteogenic training and that it has significant positive effects in the legs and clinically important femoral sites.