Naše klinické studie na téma kostí a kloubů
Bones and joints are part of the so-called musculoskeletal system and act as a kind of support framework that allows the body to move. A joint is a place where two or more bones meet, which are held in place by muscles and tendons – for example, the knee. Bones and joints can be affected by painful diseases such as arthritis, osteoporosis, tendinitis (inflammation of the tendons) and rheumatoid arthritis. Most often, the joints are affected by arthritis, which causes their inflammation, which is associated with pain, stiffness and swelling. Over time, joint damage may occur.
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Bones are often affected by osteoporosis, which arises as a result of bone loss. Thus, the bones weaken. Both men and women can suffer from osteoporosis, although it occurs more often in women. Bone loss is a natural accompanying phenomenon of aging, however, in some people it can be excessive and lead to osteoporosis. This means that the bones weaken and become more susceptible to fractures and damage.
We conduct research clinical trials dealing with osteoporosis or studies to evaluate the risk of its development, as well as clinical studies of arthritis. For accurate diagnosis of osteoporosis and monitoring of patients at risk of its development, we use modern densitometric devices.
We do not currently recruit participants to studies dealing with this disease. Register with us and we will get back to you as soon as a suitable study appears.
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