Tag: Osteoporosis

Dental Radiology and Osteoporosis: The Importance of Using Radiographic Images to Assess Signs of Osteoporosis in Toothless Elderly

This study wanted to analyse the importance of sweeping and carpal radiographs for the evaluation of edentulous things, demonstrating the gift of different dental radiographic methods in the detection of cases with signs of osteoporosis. 30 mathematical panoramic and carpal radiographs of girls between 50 and 90 age old. In the sweeping radiographs, the thickness […]

Beneficial Effects of Nigella sativa for Osteoporosis and Bone Healing

Osteoporosis is ultimate common cause of cartilage fracture in the retired. Several experimental studies have stated that Nigella sativa (NS) and/or its main constituent thymoquinone (TQ) have good belongings on osteoporosis and bone curative. We conducted this orderly review to evaluate these relevant studies and show whether NS and/or TQ have a potential effect on […]

Bone Mineral Density and Serum Minerals in Pre and Post-Menopausal Women: A Comparative Study

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that causes bone thinning and raises the risk of fractures. It literally means “porous bone,” and it causes bone mass and strength to deteriorate. As the illness progresses, symptoms and pain become less common. Although the exact explanation is unknown, it can be avoided. After the age of 35, bone […]

Correlation between the Bone Densities Jaws and Cervical Spine through the HU Scale Measured in Multislice Computed Tomography

The purpose of this study was to analyse the features of osteoporosis by correlating bone densities of sites in the maxilla, mandible, and cervical vertebrae using computed tomography with multislice CT (Hounsfiled scale). Osteoporosis is a skeletal illness characterised by low bone mass, bone structure degeneration, and an increased risk of fracture that also affects […]

A Brief Study about Osteoporosis: Clinical Findings and Management

The purpose of this study is to emphasise the issues that orthopaedic surgeons confront when treating senior orthopaedic patients in rural settings, as well as possible solutions to improve the status of managing osteoporosis and geriatric orthopaedic disorders in rural India. Osteoporosis, or fragility, is a major problem, and implant retention and other osteoporosis-related disorders […]

Yogic Help for Anorexia Nervosa: A Recent Study

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that affects a person’s mental well-being. It is more common in today’s young population, who are afraid of acquiring weight, which has a psychological impact on them. This can be addressed with medication, but the following article advocates the use of various yoga asanas or poses to treat the […]

DEXA Scan Evaluation of Pediatric Sick Patients (January- May 2017) at one of the Tertiary Hospital of Central India: Management Point of View

Background: Children can develop osteoporosis as a result of a prolonged medical ailment or medication, and this must be investigated. Early intervention and care reduce the risk of fractures as a result of this examination. The radiologist’s role in evaluating the DEXA (Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometery) examination results in the paediatric age range is critical. […]

Osteoporosis and Urinary N Telopeptide

Context: Osteoporosis is a terrible disease that causes bone loss and weakens bone tissue’s structural integrity. Fractures caused by osteoporosis can occur in any area of the bone, although they are most common in the forearm, thoracic, and lumbar vertebrae, as well as the proximal femur. Hip fractures have a significant mortality and morbidity rate […]

An Overview on NO-Rich Diet for Lifestyle-Related Diseases

Reduced production of nitric oxide (NO) due to obesity and endothelial dysfunction can be causally connected to the development of lifestyle-related diseases such as insulin resistance, heart disease ischemia, and hypertension. In such circumstances, the entero-salivary nitrate-nitrite-NO pathway could serve as a backup mechanism for NO generation instead of impaired NO synthase (NOS)-dependent NO generation […]

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