WHAT IS ATROPHY?
Atrophy is the partial or complete wasting away of a part of the body. Causes of atrophy include mutations (which can destroy the gene to build up the organ), poor nourishment, poor circulation, loss of hormonal support, loss of nerve supply to the target organ, an excessive amount of apoptosis of cells, and disuse or lack of exercise or disease intrinsic to the tissue itself.
Hence, atrophy can happen in parts of our organs.
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As we know already atrophy is the progressive degeneration or shrinkage of muscle or nerve tissue.
TYPES OF ATROPHY
Here are the common types of atrophy;
- Muscle atrophy
- Testicular atrophy
- Vaginal atrophy
- Cerebral atrophy.
Common Causes of atrophy
- Lack of physical activity for an extended period of time.
- Alcohol-associated myopathy, pain, and weakness in muscles due to excessive drinking over long periods of time.
- Injuries, such as a torn rotator cuff or broken bones.
- Spinal cord or peripheral nerve injuries, etc…
Symptoms of atrophy
You may have atrophy if:
- One of your organs is noticeably smaller than the other.
- You’ve been physically inactive for a very long time.
Call your doctor to schedule a complete medical examination if you believe you may have muscle atrophy or if you are unable to move normally. You may have an undiagnosed condition that requires treatment.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE DIAGNOSED WITH ATROPHY?
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