Osteoporosis Computer artwork comparing a normal human spine left with the spine of a patient who has osteoporosis right The bony processes at right of each spine are the bumps felt through the skin of a persons back The spine is a series of compact bones called vertebrae that are separated by discs of cartilage bluered One vertebra from each spine is drawn in section to show the honeycombed internal bone structure In osteoporosis a condition that is most common in menopausal women loss of bone mass weakens this internal bone structure This causes cracking and collapse of the vertebrae leading to curvature of the spine kyphosis and disc degeneration red
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