Reducing Your Risk Of Bone Death

Osteonecrosis is a bone disease that results from oxygen-starved blood.You can prevent it, or catch it early...

Your bones, like all living tissue, need a constant source of oxygen-rich blood. If the blood supply is disrupted, cells in the bone begin to die and osteonecrosis, or bone death, results. Ultimately, the bone weakens and collapses.
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