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What is the cause, symptoms and treatment of Metabolic bone disorder?

helo what causes metabolic bone disorder, what are the symptoms and how can it be prevented

Asked On : Sun, 24 Jan 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

Usually it seen in cases of parathyroid disorders.

Answered: Sun, 24 Jan 2010
General & Family Physician Dr. Khaleel Ahmed.Manik's  Response
Dr.Khaleel . India ,Mob - 9902596161 ,

Most commonly these disorders are caused by abnormalities of minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium or vitamin D leading to dramatic clinical disorders that are commonly reversible once the underlying defect has been treated.

Osteomalacia and rickets
Vitamin D deficiency results in incomplete osteoid mineralisation
In childhood, prior to epiphyseal closure, causes rickets
In adults causes osteomalacia
Vitamin D deficiency
Post-gastrectomy or bowel resection
Coeliac disease
Renal disease
Renal tubular disorder (e.g. familial hypophosphataemic rickets)
Chronic renal failure
Anticonvulsant therapy

Answered: Sun, 22 May 2011
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