Osteopenia Scholarly Peer-review Journal

 Osteopenia is a bone condition described by a diminished thickness of bone, which prompts bone debilitating and an expanded danger of breaking a bone (crack). 

  Osteomalacia, osteomyelitis, and osteoarthritis are various conditions that are much of the time mistook for osteopenia in light of the fact that they sound comparative. Osteomalacia is a turmoil of the mineralization of recently framed bone, which makes the bone be frail and progressively inclined to break. There are numerous reasons for osteomalacia, including nutrient D lack and low blood phosphate levels. Osteomyelitis is bone disease. Osteoarthritis is joint aggravation highlighting ligament misfortune and is the most widely recognized kind of joint pain. Osteoarthritis doesn't cause osteopenia, osteoporosis, or a diminished bone mineral thickness

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