What is osteosclerosis？
Osteosclerosis refers to the abnormal hardening of the bone. It shows an elevation of bone density.
A simple radiography can define whether someone has osteosclerosis or not. Prostate cancer, hemangioma and Erdheim-Chester disease could be some of the possible causes.
The main sign and symptoms of osteosclerosis include:
- Bone pain
- Hearing problems
- Vision problems
- Have low levels of calcium in the blood
- Frequent bone fractures and breaks
- Short stature
People with the disease can help the treatment by:
- Use Interferon gamma-1b
- Take Vitamin and mineral supplementation
- Take the doctor’s advice and have surgical treatment
- Bone marrow transplant
If you have any questions about the treatment, please go to the doctor and ask for more suggestions.
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