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5b. What normally happens to the microanatomy of the specific tissue you identified as it ages?6. What age-related alterations in the activities of the cells you identified cause this change in microanatomy?With ageing, as estrogen decreases, there is increased activity of osteoclasts which re-absorb
bone7. What is the significance of your great aunt being a woman?8. What disease caused the abnormal anatomical symptoms and led to the fracture?9. What aspects of the above description help you distinguish these two possibilities? Explain.