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Monitoring time interval for pQCT-derived bone outcomes in postmenopausal women
SummaryEvidence of measurement precision, annual changes and monitoring time interval is essential when designing and interpreting longitudinal studies. Despite the precise measures, small annualExpand
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Community-dwelling female fallers have lower muscle density in their lower legs than non-fallers: Evidence from the Saskatoon Canadian Multicentre Osteoporosis Study (CaMos) cohort
ObjectiveOur objectives were to determine whether peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT)-derived lower leg muscle density and area, and basic functional mobility differ betweenExpand
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Muscle cross sectional area and grip torque contraction types are similarly related to pQCT derived bone strength indices in the radii of older healthy adults.
OBJECTIVES We sought to identify the variance in radius bone strength indices explained by forearm muscle cross sectional area (MCSA) and isometric (ISO), concentric (CON), or eccentric (ECC) gripExpand
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Site-specific variance in radius and tibia bone strength as determined by muscle size and body mass.
PURPOSE To investigate the predictive ability of muscle cross-sectional area (MCSA) and body mass on bone mineral content, compressive bone strength index (BSIc), and the polar stress-strain indexExpand
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Comparison of muscle density, size, strength, and functional mobility between female fallers and non-fallers
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