What Causes Bone Calcification?

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Bone calcification often occurs due to an imbalance of minerals in the body. A deficiency of Vitamin K can often cause calficiation, as well as poor absorption of calcium in the body overall. Medications that prevent blood clotting, called anticoagulants, can often induce a Vitamin K deficiency which will then allow calcification to occur.
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Calcification
Calcification occurs as a result of calcium buildup in body tissues. Overtime, the buildup can harden and disrupt normal bodily processes. Calcification can occur in almost any part of the body, as calcium is transported through the blood stream. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about 99 percent of calcium in the body... More »
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