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Mechanical validation of a tomographic (pQCT) index for noninvasive estimation of rat femur bending strength.
Cross-sectional moment of inertia (CSMI) and volumetric cortical bone mineral density (vCtBMD) were assessed by peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT) at femur midshafts from 103 WistarExpand
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Bone mass, bone strength, muscle–bone interactions, osteopenias and osteoporoses
Densitometrically, the skeleton is currently conceived as 'a systemically regulated mass of mineralized material that is born, grows, reaches a more or less high peak, and then declines faster orExpand
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Structural analysis of the human tibia by tomographic (pQCT) serial scans
This study analyses the evaluation of tomographic indicators of tibia structure, assuming that the usual loading pattern shifts from uniaxial compression close to the heel to a combined compression,Expand
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A DXA study of muscle-bone relationships in the whole body and limbs of 2512 normal men and pre- and post-menopausal women.
A whole-body DXA study of 1450 healthy Caucasian individuals [Bone 22 (1998) 683] found that mineral mass, either crude (BMC) or statistically adjusted to fat mass (FM-adjusted BMC), correlatedExpand
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Biomechanical impact of aluminum accumulation on the pre- and post-yield behavior of rat cortical bone
In order to analyze the effects on whole-bone behavior of aluminum accumulation, 14 rats, aged 90 days, received i.p. doses of 27 mg/day of elemental Al, as Al(OH)3, during 26 weeks, while 14 ratsExpand
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Impact of parathyroid status and Ca and vitamin-D supplementation on bone mass and muscle-bone relationships in 208 Belarussian children after thyroidectomy because of thyroid carcinoma.
This observational study analyzes Ca-P metabolism and its impact on bone mass accrual and density and the muscle-bone mass/mass relationships in male and female children and adolescents who wereExpand
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Absorptiometric assessment of muscle-bone relationships in humans: reference, validation, and application studies
This report summarizes some preliminary absorptiometric (DXA, QCT/pQCT) studies from our laboratory, supporting the following assumptions. 1. InHomo sapiens at all ages, natural proportionalityExpand
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Z-scoring of pQCT-assessed, reference distribution/quality curves in the human tibia to evaluate the efficiency of bone mechanostat
The efficiency of bone mechanostat to control bone stiffness/strength could be assessed as the adequacy of the spatial distribution of bone tissue as a function of its stiffness at any given skeletalExpand
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Long-bone biomechanics in mice selected for body conformation.
Two lines of mice divergently selected from the control strain (CBi) against the positive phenotypic correlation between body weight (b.w.) and tail (skeletal) length were obtained (CBi/C: highExpand
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