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“…These results are also consistent with findings by previous authors investigating the relationships of the nBUA and the backscatter coefficient with the bone density in trabecular bone in vitro. [27][28][29][30] For instance, Serpe and Rho reported that the dependence of the nBUA on the apparent bone density was nonlinear with a downwardly inflected parabola shape when covering a wide range of densities from 130 and 913 mg cm À3 in 22 bovine tibial trabecular bone samples. 28 Apostolopoulos and Deligianni found a nonlinear relationship between the backscatter coefficient at 0.8 MHz and the apparent bone density over a range of densities from 306 to 969 mg cm À3 in 40 bovine femoral trabecular bone samples.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These results are also consistent with findings by previous authors investigating the relationships of the nBUA and the backscatter coefficient with the bone density in trabecular bone in vitro. [27][28][29][30] For instance, Serpe and Rho reported that the dependence of the nBUA on the apparent bone density was nonlinear with a downwardly inflected parabola shape when covering a wide range of densities from 130 and 913 mg cm À3 in 22 bovine tibial trabecular bone samples. 28 Apostolopoulos and Deligianni found a nonlinear relationship between the backscatter coefficient at 0.8 MHz and the apparent bone density over a range of densities from 306 to 969 mg cm À3 in 40 bovine femoral trabecular bone samples.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…301 (with volume fraction = 0.12). As may also be apparent, the latter signal has more high frequency content than the former; this is due to the higher degree of scattering present in the specimen with larger volume fraction which preferentially removes the higher frequency content of the propagating waveform (Serpe and Rho 1996;Hodgskinson et al 1996;Bossy et al 2005;Kaufman et al 2008a). Also shown in Fig.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…BUA is also known to exhibit nonlinear behavior with respect to porosity variations over a sufficiently wide range (Serpe and Rho 1996;Hodgskinson et al 1996). Whether these two findings are related remains to be elucidated.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…Many studies report a strong correlation between ultrasound and the amount of cancellous bone [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]. A strong correlation (r = 0.79) between ultrasound velocity and the density of trabecular structure was shown by Ashman and Rho [1].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…Rho et al [8] found weaker correlation (r = 0.41-0.59) between BUA and density in human and bovine tibial cancellous bone, which was interpreted as resulting from the different species used with higher apparent densities than in the study of Nicholson et al [7]. Serpe and Rho [9] showed a strong correlation between apparent density and both velocity (r = 0.99) and BUA (r = 0.89) in low-density cancellous bone from bovine tibiae.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 91%