it is called osteoporosis
A Colles' fracture is typically associated with osteoporosis. The fracture occurs in the forearm and is also called a "dinner fork" fracture.
The end point of the infection occurs. It is the disease called AIDS.
A fault is a fracture in the rocks where movement occurs.
An acute fracture is a break in a bone that occurs quickly, rapidly and usually traumatically. A non-acute fracture is one that occurs over time, often because of repeated physical stress or impact placed on the bone.
Yes, AIDS is the end-stage of HIV infection. It occurs when HIV weakens the immune system.
A pathologic fracture occurs when a weakened bone breaks under normal strain.
Yes and no. The actual fracture will involve pain at the time that it occurs. But it does not have to have pain afterwards, such as a hairline fracture.
A compound fracture, the worst kind.
The fracture usually occurs in children and teens because their bones are flexible, unlike adults whose brittle bones usually break.
The medical terminology for this is a "stress fracture". stress fracture stress fracture
Bleeding occurs at the fracture site and a blood clot forms.
compound or open fracture
Energy building up inside the fracture to split the rock open.
Age, nutrition, the type of bone the fracture occurs in, and the degree of trauma.
No - Cancer only occurs when a tumor forms in the body or the body is exposed to radiation - not after a fracture.