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  1. The bone disease osteoporosis is caused by more bone matrix being resorbed than being deposited. This imbalance results in a progressive loss of bone density and a ...
  2. ... in symptoms such as muscle spasm or tetany, bone loss (osteoporosis), kidney disease, including kidney stones, psychiatric problems, including depression, irritability, ...
  3. ... in knee joint replacement surgery replaces cartilage and bone which is damaged from disease or aging.
  4. ... knee replacement is osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease of the bones of the knee. It causes the surfaces of ...
  5. ... for a WBC count include infectious and inflammatory diseases; leukemia and lymphoma; and bone marrow disorders. ... mean. Low numbers of WBCs (leukopenia) may indicate: Bone marrow ... diseases (such as lupus erythematosus) Disease of the liver ...
  6. ... leg growth Hip diseases such as Legg-Perthes disease Previous injuries or bone fractures that may stimulate excessive bone growth Abnormal ...
  7. ... deficiency Deficiences of vitamin B12 or folic acid Bone marrow failure (for example, from radiation, toxin, fibrosis, tumor) Erythropoietin deficiency (secondary to kidney disease) Hemolysis (RBC destruction) Leukemia Multiple myeloma Over hydration ...
  8. ... by progressive loss of bone density, thinning of bone tissue and increased vulnerability to fractures. Osteoporosis may result from disease, dietary or hormonal deficiency or advanced age. Regular ...
  9. ... by progressive loss of bone density, thinning of bone tissue and increased vulnerability to fractures. Osteoporosis may result from disease, dietary or hormonal deficiency or advanced age. Regular ...
  10. The spine is made of bones (vertebrae) separated by soft cushions (intervertebral disks). ... on the nerve. Sometimes, a piece of bone (bone graft), interbody cages, or pedicle screws may be used to strengthen the area of surgery.
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