Among them quantitative ultrasound
measurement of the heel is considered one of the best alternative method currently available for the assessment of fracture risk.
Stiffness index of the calcaneus measured by quantitative ultrasound
and menopause among Japanese women: The Hizen-Oshima Study.
El Desoukimi has concluded that by applying the current methods of determining T-score value, quantitative ultrasound
cannot be used as a screening method and that it is necessary to make some modifications of T-score values .
In Turkey, a study investigating the relationship between eBMD and socio-economic status revealed that boys in high socio-economic status schools had higher Z scores on quantitative ultrasound
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explore the use of quantitative ultrasound
(QUS) to predict the risk of fracture
(QUS) measurements: Calcaneal Quantitative ultrasound
(QUS) measurements were performed in the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, in the same university hospital.
Criterion-related validity: Studies were classified as providing evidence of criterion-related validity when quantitative ultrasound
measurements were compared to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computerised tomography for measuring muscle size (Bemben 2002), or to electromyography (EMG) for measuring muscle activation (Price et al 2003).
Examination of cancer in mouse models using high-frequency quantitative ultrasound
// Ultrasound in medicine & biology, 2006.
1-3,5-10) Dual energy X-ray absorptiometry or quantitative ultrasound
bone densitometry was used to measure bone density before and after a course of the drug.
In the study, 6,174 women, ages 70 to 85, who hadn't been diagnosed with osteoporosis were checked for risk factors and screened with quantitative ultrasound
(QUS, which measures how quickly sound waves travel through bone) to calculate bone strength at the heel.