ba0003pp281 | Osteoporosis: pathophysiology and epidemiology | ECTS2014
, Balatska Nataliya
, Budnik Tetyana
, Erokchina O
Background: It is now known that the osteoporosis starts developing childhood. Childrens age is characterized by intensive accumulation of bone mass. By the end of puberty the level of bone mass in many parts of the skeleton reaches 86% of the bone mass of an adult and in some parts it reaches 100%.The processes of bone metabolism closely connected with the level of the vitamin D, in the body because it has a pronounced effect on calcium homeostasi...