Pathology presentation-Oestereoporosis

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Pathology presentation-Oestereoporosis

  1. 1. PATHOLOGY PRESENTATIONOSTEOPOROSISPRESENTED BY-ANSHABHIMANYU
  2. 2. PRIME OBJECTIVES• OESTEOPOROSIS• TYPES OFOSTEOPOROSIS• RISK FACTORS• SYMPTOMS• DETECTION• TREATMENT
  3. 3. OSTEOPOROSIS• OSTEO- BONES ; POROTIC- FRAGILE• Systemic skeletal disease manifest by lowbone mineral density (BMD) and microarchitectural deterioration of bone tissue.
  4. 4. OSTEOPOROSIS• Formation of new bones• Bone reasorption• Bone deposition• Bone remodeling
  5. 5. • Bone density refers to the amount of matterper square cm of the bone• Bone resorption refers to breaking down of abone hence releasing the minerals• Bone deposition
  6. 6. OSTEOPOROSISPRIMARYOSTEOPOROSISNORMAL/PREDICTABLEAGINGSECONDRYOSTEOPOROSISOTHER SPECIFICCAUSES
  7. 7. CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS• Low bone massdensity• Disturbance in boneremodeling• Highly prone tofractures
  8. 8. OSTEOPOROSISPrimary Osteoporosis• Aka- Type 1 Osteoporosis/PostmenopausalOsteoporosis• Common in females,• Aging ( usually at high age)Secondary Osteoporosis• Aka- Type 2 Osteoporosis/Senile Osteoporosis• Affects both males andfemales, at any age• Various other factors (somekind of disease, prolongintake of glucocorticoids)
  9. 9. RISK FACTORS• Family History• Gender• Ethnicity• Lifestyle• Other diseases
  10. 10. SYMPTOMS• Silent disease• Sharp pain whichprogresses• Curving of upperspine (kyphosis)• Numbness, tingling ,weakness(serious)
  11. 11. EXAMS & TESTS• BMD Tests• Radiography
  12. 12. TREATMENT• BARBITUATES• Proton Pump Inhibitors• Estrogen therapy• Sunbath• Food rich in calcium & vitamin d
  13. 13. THANK YOU

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