Metabolic bone diseases

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tibias: bowed laterally
transverse furrows tooth crowns
polyo or monostotic
lytic lesions followed by sclerotic
absorption of cortical and trabecular bone
widening of metaphysis/ porous epiphysis
transverse layers, recommenced bone growth, x ray only
symptom of scurvy
adult, calcium of UV deficiency
nutritional stress of illness in childhood
pseudo fractures at right angles to axis
cod fish vertebra
wolff's law, weakening of bones
pathological fractures
porotic lesions to vascular plates: orbits
bleeding gums
two phases
femurs: bowed posteriorly
thinning of trabecular bone
enlargement of costo chondral joints
symptom of scurvy
porotic mandible, maxilla, sphenoid
'squashed' pelvis
softening of bones
nerve compression
depressed/ dislocated femoral head
fractures at epiphysis
porosity and periostitis long bones
v shaped flame
nutritional stress or illness in childhood
50+ years, hormonal change
pathological fractures
dietary deficiency, parasites infestation, blood loss
juvenile, calcium or UV deficiency
55+ years viral and genetic
bowing of tibia
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