Question: 4 The disease osteoporosis often results from insufficient intake of dietary calcium salts. Of th…


4 The disease osteoporosis often results from insufficient intake of dietary calcium salts. Of the three samples of bone you tested in Exercise 7-2, which is the most similar to the bones in osteoporosis? What symptoms would you expect to find in this disease? he most similar bone to orkeoporais would be the bone tat bune density and Jubqnenty a viry fragte/yeak The sumptoms of ogtcoporois are hanna a highir risk nas 5 Osteogenesis imperfecta is a congenital condition in which collagen synthesis is defective. Of the three samples of bone you tested in Exercise 7-2, which is most similar to the bones in osteogenesis imperfecta? What symptoms would you expect to find in this disease? 6 The disease scuny, caused by a deficiency in vitamin C leads to an inability to synthesize the protein collagen. Would prescribing calcium salts help to treat the primary bone problem in this disease? Why or why not? 172 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory ·

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4 The disease osteoporosis often results from insufficient intake of dietary calcium salts. Of the three samples of bone you tested in Exercise 7-2, which is the most similar to the bones in osteoporosis? What symptoms would you expect to find in this disease? he most similar bone to orkeoporais would be the bone tat bune density and Jubqnenty a viry fragte/yeak The sumptoms of ogtcoporois are hanna a highir risk nas 5 Osteogenesis imperfecta is a congenital condition in which collagen synthesis is defective. Of the three samples of bone you tested in Exercise 7-2, which is most similar to the bones in osteogenesis imperfecta? What symptoms would you expect to find in this disease? 6 The disease scuny, caused by a deficiency in vitamin C leads to an inability to synthesize the protein collagen. Would prescribing calcium salts help to treat the primary bone problem in this disease? Why or why not? 172 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory ·

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