Epidemiology of Fractures
Epidemiology of fractures influence the age and the gender. Bone is a living and growing tissue. Inspite of gender, the main clinical consequences of Osteoporosis is fracture. The risk of fracture increases as bone density decreases. These fractures can cause severe pain and decreased mobility. Hip fractures are the serious one among other fractures. Fractures can also include Vertebral, Distal Forearm (or) Wrist (Colles), Proximal fibia, Distal femur. Most commonly hip fracture is observed in individuals who intake Vitamin D in excess amount. There is a changing rate of fracture across the world. The risk of fractures increases in individuals who has Osteoporosis. Smoking and Alcohol increases the risk factor of fractures.
- Track 1-1 Hip Fractures
- Track 2-2 Vertebral Fractures
- Track 3-3 Proximal Fibula
- Track 4-4 Distal Femur
- Track 5-5 Distal Forearm (Or) Wrist (Colles fracture)
- Track 6-6 Other Fractures