Demineralisation of foot bones, X-ray

Demineralisation of foot bones, X-ray

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Caption: Demineralisation of foot bones, X-ray. Demineralisation is the loss of the minerals in bones, a process that can cause the bones to become fragile and prone to fractures. Loss of bone density and demineralisation occurs in conditions such as osteoporosis and some hormone disorders. For an alternative view, see image C038/6680.

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