Pulse-Echo Measurements of Bone Tissues. Techniques and Clinical Results at the Spine and Femur

The Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 1364) now provides a review of the available pulse-echo approaches for the quantitative evaluation of bone health status, focusing on Radiofrequency Echographic Multi Spectrometry (REMS). The book chapter underlines is in fact how REMS represents the unique ultrasound-based method able to go beyond the direct BMD estimation and providing the prediction of fracture risk, through the computation of the Fragility Score.

 

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REMS & Osteoarthritis

REMS & Osteoarthritis

“The advantages of REMS technology in the evaluation of BMD in a population with osteoarthritis of the lumbar spine.” Caffarelli et al, Diagnostics 2024 Carla Caffarelli 1, Antonella Al Refaie 1 Caterina Mondillo 1 Giuditta Manasse 1 Alessandro Versienti 1 Maria Dea...

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Paper of the Month

Paper of the Month

ESCEO: REMS PUBLICATION WINS "THE PAPER OF THE MONTH"   "“Longitudinal changes of the femoral bone mineral density from first to third trimester of pregnancy: bone health assessment by means of non‑ionizing REMS technology” Ruben Ramirez Zegarra1 Valentina...

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Japan: REMS advantages

Japan: REMS advantages

JAPAN: REMS OFFERS A MORE ACCURATE AND PRECICE CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS "Radiofrequency Echographic Multispectrometry (REMS) can Overcome the Efects of Structural Internal Artifacts and Evaluate Bone Fragility Accurately" Hotaka Ishizu1,2 · Tomohiro Shimizu1 · Yuki...

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