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The Photon Counting Detector Computed Tomography (PCD-CT) Spectral Topogram can be resolved into multispectral components given the ability of photon counting detectors. This modality, therefore, has the ability to quantify bone mineral density and may be an alternative to dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scan in the routine clinical screening of high-risk individuals for osteoporosis. PCD-CT Spectral Topogram may, therefore, be an opportunistic way to increase osteoporosis screening for individuals undergoing CT, particularly at-risk populations.
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