What talk I've heard about deaths caused by prolonged lockdowns has focused on behavioral issues such as suicide, alcoholism, drug abuse, and domestic violence. What I want to know is, are there any estimates of how many will die or have seriously impaired health as a result of skipping or postponing "inessential" health care such as elective procedures, routine checkups, tests, and screenings? How many will die or suffer because they aren't getting colonoscopies, mammograms, lipids tests, dental cleanings, eye exams?
Prior research: I searched this site with such keywords as "lockdown", "shutdown", "quarantine", "social distancing"; didn't find anything relevant. By the way I'm a layman, no scientific training, have taken an elementary class in statistics.