Design of a non-contacting electromagnetic device for measurement of the vibratory response of long bones

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Development of non-invasive methods for quantitating the bone mass is important in the diagnosis and treatment of many skeletal diseases, particularly for osteoporosis. As standard roentgenographic methods can not detect early osteoporosis, presently quantitative computed tomography (QCT), and single, and dual photon absorptiometry (SPA and DPA) are being… (More)

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@article{Saha1992DesignOA, title={Design of a non-contacting electromagnetic device for measurement of the vibratory response of long bones}, author={S. Saha and P. A. Williams}, journal={1992 14th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society}, year={1992}, volume={1}, pages={58-59} }