Present possibilities of diagnostics and therapy of osteoporosis


Authors: P. Horák;  T. Pika
Authors‘ workplace: III. interní klinika Lékařské fakulty UP a FN, Olomouc, přednosta prof. MUDr. Vlastimil Ščudla, CSc.
Published in: Vnitř Lék 2006; 52(7-8): 749-755
Category: 130th Internal Medicine Day - Rheumatology in clinical practice

Overview

The occurence of osteoporosis is not so poor in industrial countries, together with advance of socioeconomical level and spreading of human life’s lenght, increases the prevalence of osteoporosis, affect about 5-6 % of Europe population and also raises the number of the most consequential results - fractures, complications, dramatically deteriorating health state and limiting social self-realization of the pacients. Osteoporosis belongs to metabolic bone diseases with highly clarified mechanisms of bone tissue decrease and comprehensive diagnostic platform, based on combination of imaging and laboratory methods, enabling early disease detection, before occurence of fracture complications. In sequence of disorder etiology, the adequate therapy is known with continualy increasing effectivity and aplication simplicity for pacient, increasing his compliance. Increasing public knowledge and prevention put back not only occurance of complications, but also onset of the disease. Neverthless, the osteoporosis is still hidden danger with serious economic and social impact.

Key worlds:
osteoporosis - diagnostic of osteoporosis - osteoporosis therapy


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