Bone Abnormalities? As with other organ systems, motion systems can also be abnormal. The factors causing the disorder, in part caused by habits, lifestyle, or can also be derived from nature.

Here are examples of bone abnormalities that normally occur:

1. Kyphosis

Kiposis is a disorder of the spine in which the spine curves forward which resulted in the patient being seen hunchback.

2. Lordosis

Lordosis is a disorder of the spine in which the spine curves to the back which resulted in the patient being seen hunched back.

3. Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a disorder of the spine in which the spine curves to the side of either the left or right that makes people bent sideways.

4. Sublubrikasi

Sublubrikasi is a disorder of the spine in the neck that causes the disorder the patient’s head turned towards the left or right.

5. Osteoporosis

That is a disease that causes bone density decreases. Osteoporosis undermined the strength of the trabecular bone strength is reduced so drastically, also bone thinning and overall cortical bone might break.

The disease is stalking older people and women who entered menopause.

6. Osteomalacia

These diseases cause bones to become weak due to lack of vitamin D or errors of metabolism in the body. As with osteoporosis, osteomalacia also potentially make rapid bone fractures.

7. Rickets

Rickets is often experienced by children who are growing. Bone formation in patients with abnormal rickets, which is a buildup of calcium in the bones due to eating too much dairy calcium or due to solar radiation.

8. Osteomyelitis

This infection affects bone and caused by bacterimia, or sepsis, that spreads and reduced bone strength.

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