- Cortical and trabecular bone changes under different osteoporosis drug – published
- Association with fracture - completed
- Fracture prediction – on-going
- Chronic kidney disease – completed
- Spinal cord injury - published
- High bone mass – published
- Age-related reference database - completed
- Hyperparathyroidism – completed
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) – on-going
- Diabetes – completed & on-going
- Glucocorticoïd-induced osteoporosis – on-going
- Breast cancer - completed
- Muscle/Bone relationship – several studies completed and published
Discover 3D-SHAPER® embedded technology, 3D-DXA, that allows to generate a patient-specific 3D model of the hip from a standard 2D DXA scan, and to perform measurements of both cortical and trabecular bone density.
3D-DXA algorithms-based technology rely on a population database of QCT scans, to create a shape and density 3D model, that is then applied onto a patient hip DXA scan. In a second step, the cortex is segmented in order to separate the cortical from the trabecular bone. This allows to get a patient-specific 3D model of the hip and to perform specific measurements of the cortical and trabecular bone.
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