Osteoporosis happens once bone loss exceeds bone formation, leading to low mass, microarchitectural abnormalities. Postmenopausal osteoporosis, is associated with decreased levels of estrogen and have a greater effect on tubercular, than cortical bone. Senile osteoporosis, may be a consequence of aging and is usually increased by inadequate Calcium and vitamin D intake.
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