Features of Regeneration in the Area of Humerus Fracture on the Background of Osteoporosis
Konev VP, Moskovskij SN, Krivoshein AE, Sorokina VV, Shishkina YuO, Linnik MM, Saydasheva EM and Milto NS*
Omsk State Medical University, Omsk, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Milto NS, Resident, Omsk State Medical University, Omsk, Russia.
February 14, 2023; Published: April 14, 2023
The work is devoted to morphological studies in various types of humerus injury against the background of osteoporosis. Injury to the bone tissue triggers an additional cascade of processes, in which the central zone is dominated by the processes of bone tissue remodeling with the formation of granulation tissue, and the development of chondral callus. With an increase in the terms of mobilization in the fracture zone against the background of osteoporosis, histological signs of intermediary and endosteal callus are preserved. A lamellar bone with a compact organization, with a characteristic osteon structure, with primary strength characteristics in the fracture zone against the background of osteoporosis is no longer formed.In addition, against the background of osteoporosis with uneven calcification of bone and surrounding dense tissues, with inflammatory and degenerative-dystrophic processes, as well as due to prolonged mobilization of bones and joints, contractures of large joints are formed in the articular part of the bone and cartilage of the joint itself, accompanied by persistent restriction of movements, arthrosis and arthritis.
Keywords: Osteoporosis; Regeneration; Humerus; Fracture; Bone
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