bone density

  • bone mineral density
German: Knochendichte
Japanese: 骨密度

Physiology. The amount of mineral (e.g. calcium) in a given volume of bone. It is most frequently measured by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA), computed tomography, or ultrasound. Bone density is used as an important predictor for osteoporosis.

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