Compression fractures...and loss of height in vertebrae?

Answer It might be so compressed together that it's hard to decipher one from another, and a closer look needs to be taken. Now as for your second question, picture an accordion. When you push it together... Read More »

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Vertebral compression fracture/loss of height/wedge fractures?

Well for starters: Spondylosis, Kyphosis, and Scolerosis won't effect your ability to do things. I have a hard time believing you have all of those conditions as several of them are contraindictory... Read More »

Compression fracture : Vertebrae?

If the issue is due to malignancy, there are too many factors to predict the future. Steroids, which are typical in cancer treatment, are famous for slowing bone regeneration.I'm afraid that most l... Read More »

Compression fracture: Vertebrae?

I don't have an idea what that means, but you should consider a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables, and avoid/eliminate completely grains w/ gluten and diary products. Take a multivitamin e... Read More »

My height is 179cm or 5feet 10 n half inches. is my height abnormalwhat is standerd height of a male human?

In the US you'd be considered right about average - the average American male is five feet nine inches. I don't know about Indian males and how height can benefit you there.