Trabecular thickness measurement in cancellous bones: postmortem rat studies with the zoom-in micro-tomography technique.

@article{Cho2005TrabecularTM,
  title={Trabecular thickness measurement in cancellous bones: postmortem rat studies with the zoom-in micro-tomography technique.},
  author={Myung Hye Cho and In K. Chun and Sang Chul Lee and Min Hyoung Cho and Soo Yeol Lee},
  journal={Physiological measurement},
  year={2005},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={
          667-76
        }
}
Using the cross-sectional images taken with the zoom-in micro-tomography technique, we measured trabecular thicknesses of femur bones in postmortem rats. Since the zoom-in micro-tomography technique is capable of high resolution imaging of a small local region inside a large subject, we were able to measure the trabecular thickness without extracting bone samples from the rats. For the zoom-in micro-tomography, we used a micro-tomography system consisting of a micro-focus x-ray source, a 1248 x… CONTINUE READING

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