A New Clinically Relevant T-Score Standard to Interpret Bone Status in a Sheep Model

@inproceedings{Heiss2017ANC,
  title={A New Clinically Relevant T-Score Standard to Interpret Bone Status in a Sheep Model},
  author={Christian Heiss and Stefanie Kern and Deeksha Malhan and Wolfgang B{\"o}cker and Markus Engelhardt and Diaa Eldin S. Daghma and Sabine Stoetzel and Jakob Schmitt and Matthias Ivo and Vivien Kauschke and Katrin Susanne Lips and Kamen Tushtev and Kurosch Rezwan and Thaqif El Khassawna},
  booktitle={Medical science monitor basic research},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Osteoporosis is diagnosed by bone loss using a radiological parameter called T-score. Preclinical studies use DXA to evaluate bone status were the T-score is referenced on bone mineral density (BMD) values of the same animals before treatment. Clinically, the reference BMD represents values of an independent group of healthy patients around 30… CONTINUE READING