Can Abnormalities In The Lungs Cause Bones To Bend?
want to ask .. if there is a kelaonan in the lungs my bones cause crooked y
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The existence of complaints of bent bones need to be known with certainty, which part of the bone is bent, whether the sternum, spine or other bones of motion. If you currently have a history of health problems due to lung disease, then maybe you mean bent bones are the bones around the chest and spine. In general, crooked bones in the chest area (bone deformity) can experience changes in shape if there is a process of urging space from the patient's chest cavity as in the case of tumors or in the presence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD such as chronic bronchitis and emphysema) which can cause chest shape in the form barrel chest which gives a picture of the shape of the chest that expands like a barrel, so that it differs from the normal chest shape of the patient.
Whereas in the case of spinal deformities (scoliosis, lordosis, or kyphosis), it is generally caused by:
1. a disease of the joints from the process of degeneration of the spine, either on the disc or joint facet of the spine.
2. lost or reduced bone mass
3. spinal surgery
6. wrong habits in working, sitting or doing activities
So that in spinal deformities, in general are not caused by lung disorders, unless it is found the spread of lung cancer to the spine which can be at risk of causing loss of bone mass and bone damage.
Therefore, please note, what lung disease you are currently experiencing and complications that may occur. Because, the possibility of bone deformity for a long time can affect lung function and aggravate lung disorders or diseases. In other words, bone deformities may have suffered long before your lung disease, but these bone deformities are not diagnosed from the start, and only become known after a diagnosis of lung disease has been established.
However, indeed, all of this needs to be confirmed directly by your lung doctor and orthopedist, this is to help ensure the clinical condition and the triggering factors for all complaints you feel.
The doctor will provide a better explanation based on the results of interviews, physical examinations and supporting examinations conducted previously. Thus, the care and handling process can run well.
For now, it's best to restore your lung condition to the doctor's instructions and undergo light training to help control the bone deformities that you are presenting as the doctor recommends. This is expected to help provide comfort for you when breathing and on the move.
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