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Bone and muscle conditions

Bone and muscle conditions

Bone conditions are described as bone disorders in which the bone is soft and at a higher risk of fracturing. The most common bone condition is osteoporosis, which is a deficiency in calcium and bone density. Other bone conditions are bone cancers, osteomalacia, rickets and osteomyelitis in children. Common muscle conditions are muscle atonia, muscle atrophy, myositis, muscular cramps, spasm and muscle sprain.

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    Paul Haslam

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