Visualize the femoral shape and density in 3D
Measure the cortical and trabecular bone measurements
Measure the volumetric trabecular density
Compare measurements with normative data
Monitor cortical and trabecular measurements
Benefit from a QCT-like 3D analysis in clinical practice from a standard DXA scan.
Measure cortical and trabecular bone to better evaluate bone health.
Visually identify patient bone fragility areas with the cortex 3D mapping.
Monitor response to pharmacological treatments.
Discover 3D-SHAPER® embedded technology, 3D-DXA, that enables one to generate a patient-specific 3D model of the hip from a standard 2D DXA scan, and perform measurements of both cortical and trabecular bone density.
3D-DXA algorithms-based technology relies on a population database of QCT scans, to create a shape and density 3D model, that is then registered onto a patient hip DXA scan. In a second step, the cortex is segmented in order to separate cortical from trabecular bone. This provides a patient-specific 3D model of the hip and facilitates the performance specific cortical and trabecular bone measurements.