Demonstration of subchondral bone density patterns by three-dimensional CT osteoabsorptiometry as a noninvasive method for in vivo assessment of individual long-term stresses in joints.

@article{MllerGerbl1992DemonstrationOS,
  title={Demonstration of subchondral bone density patterns by three-dimensional CT osteoabsorptiometry as a noninvasive method for in vivo assessment of individual long-term stresses in joints.},
  author={M M{\"u}ller-Gerbl and Reinhard Putz and R. H. Kenn},
  journal={Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={7 Suppl 2},
  pages={
          S411-8
        }
}
Since the work of Pauwels and his successors, it has been possible to use the distribution of subchondral bone density within a joint surface as a metric parameter that can reflect the principal long-term stress acting upon a joint. However, the x-ray densitometry method he employed cannot be applied to living people. A procedure was therefore developed whereby CT osteoabsorptiometry (CT OAM), based on the use of computed tomography, allows the distribution pattern of the density to be… CONTINUE READING
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