Quantitative bone mineral analysis using dual energy computed tomography
This preliminary evaluation indicates that CT scanning permits measurement of cancellous, cortical or integral bone. With the single energy technique, precision is high and with mode, CT scanning may prove an important tool for assessing the axial skeleton is osteoporotic conditions.
Pre- and postmenopausal bone mineral density of the spine and proximal femur in Japanese women assessed by dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry: a cross-sectional study
Dual-energy CT-scan quantification of recalcification in osteolyses of the vertebral body due to mammary carcinomas in the course of antineoplastic treatment
Computed tomography-osteoabsorptiometry for assessing the density distribution of subchondral bone as a measure of long-term mechanical adaptation in individual joints
Physical bone changes in carragheenin-induced arthritis evaluated by quantitative computed tomography
Cross-calibration of liquid and solid QCT calibration standards: corrections to the UCSF normative data
Vertebral cortical bone mass measurement by a new quantitative computer tomography method: correlations with vertebral trabecular bone measurements
Different trends of age-related diminution of bone mineral content in the lumbar spine, femoral neck, and femoral shaft in women
Feasibility of flat-panel volumetric computed tomography (fpVCT) in experimental small animal imaging of osteoporosis - initial experience
Hepatocellular nodules in liver cirrhosis: state of the art CT evaluation (perfusion CT/volume helical shuttle scan/dual-energy CT, etc.)
Dual-energy CT of the heart for diagnosing coronary artery stenosis and myocardial ischemia-initial experience
Dual-energy direct bone removal CT angiography for evaluation of intracranial aneurysm or stenosis: comparison with conventional digital subtraction angiography
Bone mineral densitometry in dialyzed patients: quantitative computed tomography versus dual photon absorptiometry
Limited nutritional energy supply differentially impairs growth and bone mineralization of the developing lumbar vertebrae in minipigs
Dual-energy CT in the diagnosis and quantification of fatty liver: limited clinical value in comparison to ultrasound scan and single-energy CT, with special reference to iron overload
Effects of estrogen with micronized progesterone on cortical and trabecular bone mass and microstructure in recently postmenopausal women
Quantitative computed tomography precision and accuracy for long-term follow-up of bone mineral density measurements: a five year in vitro assessment
Does dual-energy CT of lower-extremity tendons incur penalties in patient radiation exposure or reduced multiplanar reconstruction image quality?
Dual-energy CT angiography in the evaluation of intracranial aneurysms: image quality, radiation dose, and comparison with 3D rotational digital subtraction angiography
Dual-energy CT in patients suspected of having renal masses: can virtual nonenhanced images replace true nonenhanced images?
Dual-energy CT-based phantomless in vivo three-dimensional bone mineral density assessment of the lumbar spine
Preliminary experience with abdominal dual-energy CT (DECT): true versus virtual nonenhanced images of the liver
Dual-energy computed tomography after endovascular aortic aneurysm repair: the role of hard plaque imaging for endoleak detection
Accuracy and the influence of marrow fat on quantitative CT and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry measurements of the femoral neck in vitro
The use of computed tomography to quantitate bone formation after distraction epiphysiolysis in the rabbit
Short communication: proximal tibial stress lines--appearances on magnetic resonance imaging of the knee
Quantitative computed tomography for bone mineral measurement: technical aspects, dosimetry, normal data and clinical applications
Single energy quantitative computed tomography: the effects of phantom calibration material and kVp on QCT bone densitometry
Preserving duodenal passage for bone mineralization: Billroth I versus Billroth II reconstruction after partial gastrectomy in growing minipigs
Specimen size and porosity can introduce error into microCT-based tissue mineral density measurements
Clinical use of quantitative computed tomography and peripheral quantitative computed tomography in the management of osteoporosis in adults: the 2007 ISCD Official Positions
Prediction of clinical non-spine fractures in older black and white men and women with volumetric BMD of the spine and areal BMD of the hip: the Health, Aging, and Body Composition Study*
A population-based assessment of rates of bone loss at multiple skeletal sites: evidence for substantial trabecular bone loss in young adult women and men
Importance of measurement of spongious vertebral bone mineral density in the assessment of osteoporosis
Conversion relations for quantitative CT bone mineral densities measured with solid and liquid calibration standards
A new set of calibration standards for estimating the fat and mineral content of vertebrae via dual energy QCT
Clinical indications for bone mass measurements. A report from the Scientific Advisory Board of the National Osteoporosis Foundation
Representativity of regional to total bone mineral in healthy subjects and 'anticonvulsive treated' epileptic patients. Measurements by single and dual photon absorptiometry
The determination of the mineral content of the alveolus by non-invasive methods: a preliminary report
Residual Thromboembolic Material in Cerebral Arteries after Endovascular Stroke Therapy Can Be Identified by Dual-Energy CT.
Differentiation of osteolytic metastases and Schmorl's nodes in cancer patients using dual-energy CT: advantage of spectral CT imaging
Interdependencies of acquisition, detection, and reconstruction techniques on the accuracy of iodine quantification in varying patient sizes employing dual-energy CT
Prediction of infarction development after endovascular stroke therapy with dual-energy computed tomography
Opportunities for new CT contrast agents to maximize the diagnostic potential of emerging spectral CT technologies
The importance of spectral separation: an assessment of dual-energy spectral separation for quantitative ability and dose efficiency
Accuracy of bone mineral density quantification using dual-layer spectral detector CT: a phantom study
Efficacy of radioprotection in the prevention of radiation-induced craniofacial bone growth inhibition
Effects of bismuth breast shielding on iodine quantification in dual-energy computed tomography: an experimental phantom study
Ultrasonography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging of hepatocellular carcinoma: toward improved treatment decisions
Torsion and bending analysis of internal fixation techniques for femoral neck fractures: the role of implant design and bone density
Bone density in osteopenic women: a modified distal radius density measurement procedure to develop an "at risk" value for use in screening women
White Paper of the Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance on Dual-Energy CT, Part 2: Radiation Dose and Iodine Sensitivity
Radiation-induced craniofacial bone growth inhibition: efficacy of cytoprotection following a fractionated dose regimen
Dual-energy computed tomography: is there a penalty in image quality and radiation dose compared with single-energy computed tomography?
Bone mineral density measurements derived from dual-layer spectral CT enable opportunistic screening for osteoporosis
Single-acquisition dual-energy multidetector computed tomography: analysis of vascular enhancement and postprocessing techniques for evaluating the thoracic aorta
An anthropomorphic phantom study on the effect of midvertebral slice placement and region-of-interest positioning on the reproducibility of single-energy quantitative CT (QCT) of the spine
Partridge osteosynthesis: a prospective clinical study on the use of nylon cerclage bands and plates in the treatment of periprosthetic femoral shaft fractures
Multi-energy computed tomography and material quantification: Current barriers and opportunities for advancement
Virtual monochromatic spectral imaging for the evaluation of hypovascular hepatic metastases: the optimal monochromatic level with fast kilovoltage switching dual-energy computed tomography
Recent and Upcoming Technological Developments in Computed Tomography: High Speed, Low Dose, Deep Learning, Multienergy.
Characterization of a novel calibration method for mineral density determination of dentine by X-ray micro-tomography
The relative significance of trabecular and cortical bone density as a diagnostic index for osteoporosis
Liver cancer: progress in diagnosis and treatments. Topics: V. Progress in diagnosis of liver cancer; 2. Current topics in computed tomography
Dual-Energy Computed Tomography-How Accurate Is Gemstone Spectrum Imaging Metal Artefact Reduction? Its Application to Orthopedic Metal Implants
Assessment of Solitary Pulmonary Nodules Based on Virtual Monochrome Images and Iodine-Dependent Images Using a Single-Source Dual-Energy CT with Fast kVp Switching
Correlation between compression characteristics and CAT densitometry values of vertebral bodies (author's transl)
Quantitative dual-energy CT material decomposition of holmium microspheres: local concentration determination evaluated in phantoms and a rabbit tumor model
A special purpose x-ray fan-beam CT scanner for trabecular bone density measurement in the appendicular skeleton
A relationship between the percentage of calcium by mass and the effective atomic number of regions containing bone
Prototype of dual energy x-ray tomodensimeter for lumbar spine bone mineral density measurement: choice of the reconstruction algorithm and first experimental results
CT-based internal density calibration for opportunistic skeletal assessment using abdominal CT scans
Bone and joint enhancement filtering: Application to proximal femur segmentation from uncalibrated computed tomography datasets.
Opportunistic Use of CT Imaging for Osteoporosis Screening and Bone Density Assessment: A Qualitative Systematic Review
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