Enda Minnock

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There is a need to prescreen large numbers of individuals for osteoporosis due to current demands on clinical resources. Some previous attempts to predict individuals at risk have used simple indices based on patient information, or Quantitative Ultrasound (QUS) and have shown good sensitivity but also demonstrated low specificity, which means that many(More)
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