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Densitometry

What is Densitometry?

Bone Densitometry is a method of measuring the calcium content or density of bones - the lower the density the greater the potential risk for fracture in the future. It is normally used as a form of screening, utilising very low dose x-rays.  A Bone Densitometry or DEXA  scan as it is also known takes a few minutes, is non-invasive and provides accurate results.

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