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What is Osteomalacia?

Description of the disease:

Osteomalacia is a condition characterized by a disturbance in the process of bone formation and maturation, leading to bone deformation and decreased bone density.


  • Osteomalacia can cause various symptoms.


  • Bone pain;
  • Bone deformation;
  • Brittle bones;
  • Muscle weakness;
  • Joint cracking.


Osteomalacia can be caused by inadequate intake of vitamin D and calcium, hormonal imbalances, kidney or thyroid dysfunction.


Diagnosis of osteomalacia includes X-rays, bone biometry, blood tests for calcium and vitamin D levels.


Treatment of osteomalacia involves taking calcium and vitamin D, physical activity, physiotherapy, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


Preventing osteomalacia involves proper nutrition, moderate physical activity, and consumption of foods rich in calcium and vitamin D.


Osteomalacia treatment is carried out by an orthopedic or endocrinologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.