Combined pathology of bone tissue: osteoporosis and osteomalacia in patient with Parkinson’s disease (Clinical case report)
Keywords:osteomalacia, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease
The article describes a case of combined osteoporosis and osteomalacia in a patient with Parkinson’s disease and vertebral pain syndrome. Osteomalacia caused by deficiency and metabolic disorders of vitamin D leads to osteoid mineralization impairment that greatly limits the possibilities of osteoporosis treatment. The treatment of Parkinson’s disease and osteotropic drugs contributed to decreasing intensity of the pain syndrome.
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Povoroznyuk VV, Balatska NI, Dzerovych NI, Muts VY, Sinenky OV. Sposib indyvidual'noi' cil'ovoi' terapii' deficytu vitaminu D u pacijentiv iz zahvorjuvannjamy kistkovo-m’jazovoi' systemy [The way of the individual target therapy of vitamin D deficiency in patients with diseases of the musculoskeletal system]. Patent UA No 112357 МПК51А61К31/592 (2006.01). Bul. 25.08.2016;16:4. (in Ukrainian)
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