Automatic hip geometric feature extraction in dxa imaging using regional random forest.

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Summary of "Automatic hip geometric feature extraction in dxa imaging using regional random forest."

Hip fracture is considered one of the salient disability factors across the global population. People with hip fractures are prone to become permanently disabled or die from complications. Although currently the premier determiner, bone mineral density has some notable limitations in terms of hip fracture risk assessment.


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Name: Journal of X-ray science and technology
ISSN: 1095-9114


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