Bone and Mineral Metabolism: Transplantation

Hormonal factors considerably determine the pace of bone desorption; lack of estrogen as a result of menopause will increase bone resorption, also as decreasing the deposition of new bone. Endocrinology is an important aspect of osteoporosis. Calcium metabolism additionally plays a major role in bone turnover, and deficiency of calcium and Vitamin- D ends up in impaired bone deposition; additionally, the parathyroid glands react to low calcium levels by secreting parathyroid hormone that will increase bone resorption to make sure ample calcium in the blood.

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