Computerised Bone Mineralometry (CBM)

Computerised Bone Mineralometry (CBM) is a diagnostic technique for assessing the degree of mineralisation of bones and, therefore, it is the examination of reference for the diagnosis of osteoporosis involving the lumbar spinal column and the neck of the femur bilaterally. The most widespread technique for performing CBM is the so-called DXA, which uses an X-ray device; the dose of radiation absorbed by the patient during a CBM test is minimal. The procedure does not require any type of preparation, nor does it cause pain or discomfort.

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