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Liver Fat Content Measurement with Quantitative CT Validated against MRI Proton Density Fat Fraction: A Prospective Study of 400 Healthy Volunteers.
TLDR
Quantitative CT liver fat exhibited good correlation and accuracy with proton density fat fraction measured with chemical shift-encoded MRI against the MRI PDFF reference standard.
Opportunistic Screening Using Low‐Dose CT and the Prevalence of Osteoporosis in China: A Nationwide, Multicenter Study
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It is shown that LDCT‐based opportunistic screening could identify large numbers of patients with low lumbar vBMD, and that future cohort studies are now required to evaluate the clinical utility of such screening in terms of fracture prevention and supporting national health economic analyses.
Validation of quantitative computed tomography-derived areal bone mineral density with dual energy X-ray absorptiometry in an elderly Chinese population.
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CTXA shows good agreement with DXA for the measurement of BMD in the proximal femur, which makes QCT suitable for the quantification of bone mineral content in the hip and helpful for the diagnosis of osteoporosis.
The protocol for the Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology China Action on Spine and Hip status study.
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The aim is to determine the prevalence of osteoporosis and vertebral fracture in this population, to evaluate the association between vertebral fractures and BMD values, and to assess the prediction power of BMD for incident fractures.
The association of calcium intake with osteoporotic vertebral fractures in a large Chinese cohort
TLDR
In a population with low usual calcium intake, higher dietary calcium intake was associated with fewer vertebral fracture in women and that no such association was seen in men, and negative associations of fracture risk with calcium intake were found among females.
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