Boonen S, Nijs J, Borghs H, Peeters H, Vanderschueren D, Luyten FR Identifying postmenopausal women with osteoporosis by calcaneal ultrasound, metacarpal digital X-ray radiogrammetry and phalangeal
radiographic absorptiometry: a comparative study.
6) Acroosteolysis, seen in up to 80% of scleroderma patients, occurs in both limited and diffuse cases, and is basically the absorption of the distal phalangeal
This study analyzed the effect of AVF on ipsilateral upper extremity bone mineral density (BMD), as measured by phalangeal
radiographic absorptiometry (PA).
Starting from distal to proximal, types I, III, and V refer to bifid phalanges, and types II, IV, and VI refer to complete phalangeal
3) intended for human phalangeal
1978) Traumatic avulsion of the finger nail associated with injury to the phalangeal
The region of interest was subtalar, metatarsal, and phalangeal
bones, and it was possible to exclude distal parts of the talar bones during the analysis.
Vibratory sensation was also decreased at the first left metatarsal phalangeal
joint and the ankles bilaterally.
joints are indicated by swellings: the phalangeal
formula is evidently the primitive reptilian one of 2-3-4-5-3 (manus) and 2-3-4-5-4 (pes).
Wang's presentation titled "Study on Measurement of Phalangeal
Bone Density by Radiographic Absorptiometry" presented extremely precise results when performing short-term repeated tests with CompuMed's OsteoGram([R]) system.
system for almost a decade now, combined the new phalangeal
implants with the existing HemiCAP[sup.
For example, a 28 joint count excludes 42 joints from the earlier 70 joint count, including the metatarsal phalangeal
joints of the feet, acromioclavicular joints, and others.