• What is Osteoporosis?
     

    What is Osteoporosis?

    An estimated 150 million people worldwide have osteoporosis leaving them at risk for the first-time. Due to its prevalence worldwide, osteoporosis is considered as a serious public health concern. Currently it is estimated that over 200 million people worldwide suffer from this disease1. Approximately 30% of all postmenopausal women have […]

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  • Diseases and Conditions that May Cause Bone Loss
     

    Diseases and Conditions that May Cause Bone Loss

    Many health problems can increase your chance of getting osteoporosis. Ask your healthcare provider if you have any diseases or conditions that can cause bone loss. If you do, it’s important to take action to keep your bones healthy. In some cases, when you treat a health problem that causes bone loss, you can improve your bone health. Diseases and conditions that may cause bone loss include:

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  • Detection of Vertebral Fractures
     

    Detection of Vertebral Fractures

    Despite the importance of vertebral compression fractures, there is much that remains uncertain. There is no “gold standard” for the definition which has led to epidemiologic and study differences. Height loss is a way to suspect vertebral fractures but it has its own issues.

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