Expert tip: Middle -aged human examination must focus on bone check density
Many people have misunderstandings, and osteoporosis is not a 50 or 60 -year -old middle -aged and elderly people. Middle -aged people should pay attention to regular inspections. With the increase in life pressure and the increase of work tasks, poor living habits are constantly invading the health of people in the city, and osteoporosis gradually appears early. From the age of 30 to 35, women have been lost since the age of 30, bone volume has begun to lose, bone density begins to decline, and eventually develops into osteoporosis.
Osteoporosis is often called a “hidden killer”, and no matter how much the amount of bone is lost, it will not be noticed. It is advanced when the back soreness of the back, the height of the height, and the humpback. When the bone strength is not enough, that is, the osteoporosis, the bones will break under the action of mild external force, that is, a fracture. The bone density represents the strength of the bone, so the measuring bone density has become a common indicator of monitoring osteoporosis.
At present, bone density tests are identified as a golden indicator diagnosed with osteoporosis. In addition, there is no special preparation before the inspection. There is no pain when the measurement is measured. CT and X -ray examinations are similar. The measurement results are processed by the computer. Generally speaking, the bone density check is performed by one part and one part, and the test results also reflect the bone density value of a certain part, and the whole body situation needs to be comprehensively evaluated.
How to look at the results of the bone density test:
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1) The T value is compared with the BMD of the bone density (BMD) obtained by the inspection to obtain the standard deviation (SD) that is higher (+) or lower than (-) young people. The most meaningful value of mass loose disease.
2) The Z value is the value obtained by comparing the measured BMD and the BMD of normal peers. Although the Z value is not significant to diagnose osteoporosis, it can reflect the severity of osteoporosis.
(Editor in charge: Wang Huiming Intern editor: Tan Yong)