Thursday, March 29, 2012

An evulsion fracture is where a piece of bone is broken off where it is attached to a tendon.Evulsion fracture may occur due to numerous reasons. The first and foremost reason is Osteoporosis. It’s also known as thinning of bones. Osteoporosis makes bone less dense due lack of bone tissues. Alteration occur in bone protein and minerals within the bone matrix. It may result in weak and fragile bones. As the bones become porous they are prone to severe evulsion fracture.For information welcome to welcome to Evulsion Fracture TreatmentBlog.

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