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Main Part Of Skeletal System
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osteopenic bones: If you are not involved in weight-bearing exercise such as walking, jogging, tennis etc then you are more likely to develop 'soft'bones or osteopenia.Another consequence of consistent wt.-bearing exercise is the release of endorphins into your bloodstream which help to relax you, make u feel better, etc. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Rarely: There are 4 types of Leukemias, ranging from Acute and chronic. Although they mostly begin in the bone marrow cavity, they typically do not affect the hard shell of the bones. So we rarely if ever see skeletal system effects in patients affected by Leukemia.. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Not much: You have to tell us a bit more about your leukemia as there are 4 sub types(2 Acute and 2 Chronic). Although Leukemia starts in the bones, it is limited t the bone marrow, the central soft part of the bone. So the bones remain strong although they can become painful especially in acute Leukemia cases. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Pain, inflammation..: Gout is a type of arthritis. It can effect the joints of your skeletal system. With recurring flairs you can develop deposition of tophi within the joint, the bone around the joint can erode. A typical presentation is pain, redness, and swelling of a great toe joint that lasts 2-14 days. This is triggered by a food or drink. Avoid what causes the flair and your skeletal system won't be effected. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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