T-score

T-score

a measurement expressed in standard deviation units from a given mean used in assessment of osteoporosis, equal to a patient's bone mineral density measurement by DEXA minus the value in a young healthy person, divided by the standard deviation of the measurement in the population.
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T-scores are usually in the negative (or minus) range: the lower your T-score, the lower your bone density.
The trials 1-5 T-score was used as an index of verbal learning and reflects acquisition of words over five learning trials.
A T-score based on the standard deviations from the mean score of young healthy adults is used to determine the diagnosis of osteoporosis and osteopenia (Table 1).
BASC-2 T-scores were dichotomized into those in the "at risk" range or higher versus those below the "at risk" cut-off T-score of 59.
Baseline HRT users trended toward significance with a mean (SD) BMD T-score of -0.
The essential drugs list (EDL) published in June 2012 (3) suggests that only patients with a bone mineral density (BMD) T-score of -2.
One T-score point represents around 4 percentiles in the reference population, if starting at the median.
01) from baseline, a significant lowering of T-score and Z-score (p<0.
T-Score indicator to help sort through various strategies