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what physical changes happen to your organs during elderly age?

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Dr. Benjamin Lessig
24 years experience Geriatrics
Thanks for asking!: Decreased muscle size is what you will be see in physical changes as they age. Each organ has specific signs/symptoms and therefore there may be physical change.
Answered on Sep 14, 2013

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