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Osteopathydevelopment: ecological - hygienic aspects of the problem nowadays (literature review)

Journal: Medicni perspektivi (Vol.20, No. 2)

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Page : 100-108

Keywords : lead; bone tissue; calcium deficiency; osteopathy;

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Today the problem of diseases of support-motor system, especially in middle-aged and elderly persons is extremely important, caused also by worsening of demographic situation in many countries of the world. Purpose - basing on generalized analytical scientific data to define the role of eco-dependent risk factors in the development of bone pathology in humans. It is found that recently there appeared a number of compelling evidence for the list of known factors of bone pathology, including chemical pollution of the environment with lead. This toxicant even in low doses selectively accumulates in the bone tissue, replacing calcium from its matrix; this on the background of widespread calcium deficiency in nutrition, potentiates the development of osteopathy and increases incidence of musculoskeletal system diseases, particularly in the inhabitants of ecologically crisis areas.

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