OSTEOPOROSIS, DEPRESSION AND FRACTURES. MODERN ASPECTS OF THE PROBLEM

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To study the relationship of osteoporosis, depression and fractures analyzed more than 200 publications, selected for analysis 124. Osteoporosis (OP) and depressive disorder (DD) have several common risk factors. Biological, psychological and psychosocial factors associated with both diseases. The pathogenesis of OP and DD are closely correlated. OP and fractures lead to the development of DD., degrades rehabilitation and reduce adherence to OP therapy. DD in turn is associated with a decrease in BMD and an increase the risk offalls and fractures. Early detection and treatment of DD in patients with OP., as well as detection and treatment of OP in patients with depression should be an integral part of general medical practice.

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A G Zakroeva

УГМА

Author for correspondence.
Email: lesnyak@sky.ru

Russian Federation k.m.n. dotsent kafedry semeynoy meditsiny

E V Kozhemyakina

УГМА

Email: lesnyak@sky.ru

Russian Federation Aspirant kafedry semeynoy meditsiny

O M Lesnyak

УГМА

Email: lesnyak@sky.ru

Russian Federation d.m.n., professor, zav. kafedroy semeynoy meditsiny

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