Yıl 2017, Cilt 7, Sayı 4, Sayfalar 418 - 427 2017-11-14

Menapoz Osteoporozunda Östrojenin Kritik Rolü
The Critical Role of Estrogen in Menopausal Osteoporosis

Mrinali Sharma [1] , Sathees Chandra [2]

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Osteoporoz, kemik dokusunun kütlesinde ve yoğunluğunda azalmaya neden olan ve iskelet kırıklarının ortaya çıkma ihtimalini artıran bir kemik bozukluğudur. Bu kemik hastalığı, menopozdaki kadınlar için özellikle önemlidir. Bu genel prevalansa bağlı olarak osteoporoz hastaları için, farmakolojik ve tıbbi endüstride daha iyi tedavi seçenekleri için sürekli girişim gerektirir. Osteoporoz için birçok bilimsel araştırma çalışmasının odak noktası, östrojen olmuştur. Bir hormon olarak, östrojen kadının vücudunda değişken bir kapasite sergiler ve kadınların neden menopozdan sonra osteoporoz geliştiğine ilişkin elverişli bir açıklama olduğu şeklinde suçlanıyor. 

Bu yazının amacı, östrojenin menopoz osteoporozu tedavi etme kapasitesini yorumlamaktır. Bu nedenle, bu makalede, östrojenin kemik sağlığında, farklı şekillerde, türevlerde ve östrojen kombinasyonlarında osteoporoz tedavisinde etkinlik açısından önemi, incelenmektedir.


Osteoporosis is a bone disorder, which causes a reduction in the mass and density of bone tissue, and implants a greater possibility for skeletal fractures to occur. This bone disease is especially relevant for women suffering from menopause. Due to this general prevalence, osteoporosis requires continual intervention in the pharmacological and medicinal industry for better treatment alternatives for patients. A focal point for many scientific research studies for osteoporosis has been estrogen. As a hormone, estrogen exhibits a fluctuating capacity in the woman's body, and this has been proclaimed to be a qualifying explanation as to why women develop osteoporosis after menopause. The purpose of this paper is to interpret estrogen's capacity to treat menopausal osteoporosis. Thus, in this article, estrogen’s significance in bone health and different forms, derivatives, and the combinations of estrogen is examined in terms of efficiency in treating osteoporosis.




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Yazar: Mrinali Sharma
Kurum: College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Barry University
Ülke: United States


Yazar: Sathees Chandra
Kurum: College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Ülke: United States


Bibtex @derleme { gopctd315052, journal = {Journal of Contemporary Medicine}, issn = {}, eissn = {2146-6009}, address = {Selçuk Üniversitesi}, year = {2017}, volume = {7}, pages = {418 - 427}, doi = {10.16899/gopctd.315052}, title = {Menapoz Osteoporozunda Östrojenin Kritik Rolü}, key = {cite}, author = {Chandra, Sathees and Sharma, Mrinali} }
APA Sharma, M , Chandra, S . (2017). Menapoz Osteoporozunda Östrojenin Kritik Rolü. Journal of Contemporary Medicine, 7 (4), 418-427. DOI: 10.16899/gopctd.315052
MLA Sharma, M , Chandra, S . "Menapoz Osteoporozunda Östrojenin Kritik Rolü". Journal of Contemporary Medicine 7 (2017): 418-427 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/gopctd/issue/31866/315052>
Chicago Sharma, M , Chandra, S . "Menapoz Osteoporozunda Östrojenin Kritik Rolü". Journal of Contemporary Medicine 7 (2017): 418-427
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