Did you know...
nearly 43 million Americans don't know about their severe bone loss and hidden spinal fracture while suffering from body pain?
What Is Low Bone Density & How Is It Detected?
Our Approach Is Opportunistic Bone Mineral Density
It is superior to DEXA and regular QCT scans
No Extra Scan
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AutoBMD™ enables your doctor to take advantage of CT scans ordered for other purposes and measure your bone density.
What Is Osteoporosis?
The Global Burden of Osteoporosis Low Bone Density and Related Fractures in 204 Countries and Territories, 1990-2019
Total Number: 5,790,146 Low BMD related fractures
In 2019, the five countries with the highest disease burden of DALYs number in Low Bone Mineral Density (LBMD)-related fractures were:
Accounting for 25.59%, 18.75%, 8.35%, 3.29%, and 3.04%.
Results: Global deaths and disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) attributable to Low BMD increased from 207,367 and 8,588,936 in 1990 to 437,884 and 16,647,466 in 2019, a raise of 111.16% and 93.82%, respectively.
Virtual Histology Of Trabecular Bone By HU Categories
A compression fracture is a type of break in your spinal bones when they become weak and gradually collapse making them shorter in height. This collapse can also cause pieces of bone to press on the spinal cord and nerves causing pain and decreasing the amount of blood and oxygen that gets to the spinal cord.
Fractures are related to the anterior (ANT), middle (MID) and posterior (POS) height.
Coefficient of Variation (CV) for Vertebral Body
is a sideways curvature of the spine that most often is diagnosed in adolescents. It can affect people of any age, from babies to adults but most often starts in children aged 10 to 15.
is a spinal disorder in which an excessive curve of the spine results in an abnormal rounding of the upper back.
People with diagnosed cases of osteoporosis or at high risk for fracture should have regular bone mineral density tests. For patients eligible for Medicare, routine testing is allowed once every 2 years. The testing frequency can be increased to one year for patients who have rapidly progressing disease, those who are receiving or discontinuing medical therapy to restore bone mass, or have additional risk factors.
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