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Axial QCT: Clinical Applications And New Developments.

T. Link, T. Lang
Published 2014 · Medicine

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Quantitative computed tomography (QCT) is currently undergoing a renaissance, with an increasing number of studies being published and the definition of both QCT-specific osteoporosis thresholds and treatment criteria. Compared with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, the current standard bone mineral density technique, QCT has a number of pertinent advantages, including volumetric measurements, less susceptibility to degenerative spine changes, and higher sensitivity to changes in bone mass. Disadvantages include the higher radiation doses and less experience with fracture prediction and therapy monitoring. Over the last 10 yr, a number of novel applications have been described allowing assessment of bone mineral density and bone quality in larger patient populations, developments that may substantially improve patient care.
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