Research Publications

Research Publications
Research Publications
Research Publications
Research Publications

Our Research Publications:

  • Anburajan M (1999) Evaluation of osteoporosis using conventional radiographic methods and dual-energy X-Ray absorptiometry, Ph.D Thesis, Anna University, Chennai, India. Click Here
  • Anburajan M, Rethinasabapathi C, Paul Korath M, Ponnappa BG et al (2000) Low cost method for diagnosing post-menopausal osteoporosis. In: Singh M, Radhakrishnan S, Patil KM, Reddy MRS (eds) Medical diagnostic techniques and procedures. Narosa Publishers, Chennai, pp 416–424 (it will be available on request)
  • Anburajan M, Rethinasabapathi C, Korath MP, Ponnappa BG, Panicker TMR, Govindan A, Prasad GNS, Evans WD, Jagadeesan K (2001) Low cost mass screening tool for evaluating post-menopausal osteoporosis: a breakthrough for the developing world. Bombay Hospital Journal, 43(2), pp. 53–60. Click Here
  • Mohan, K. K., Sapthagirivasan, V. & Anburajan, M (2011). Relationship of Body Composition Parameters with Hip and Fore Arm Bone Mineral Density: An Indian Perspective. OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences, 11(2), 70-75. Click Here
  • Sapthagirivasan, V., Anburajan, M Heel bone mass of a young South Indian population with a Nigerian population residing in a South Indian suburban neighborhood: a comparative study. Osteoporos Int 23, 2661–2669 (2012). Click Here
  • V.Sapthagirivasan, M.Anburajan, Diagnosis of osteoporosis by extraction of trabecular features from hip radiographs using support vector machine: An investigation panorama with DXA, Computers in Biology and Medicine,Volume 43, Issue 11, 2013, Pages 1910-1919, ISSN 0010-4825 Click Here
  • Kumar, D.A., Anburajan, M. The role of hip and chest radiographs in osteoporotic evaluation among south Indian women population: a comparative scenario with DXA. J Endocrinol Invest 37, 429–440 (2014). Click Here
  • Kathirvelu D, Anburajan M. Prediction of low bone mass using a combinational approach of cortical and trabecular bone measures from dental panoramic radiographs. Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety. 2014; 228 (9). Click Here
  • Kishore Mohan, K.B., Anburajan, M. Justification of anthropometric empirical indicator (AEI) by digital chest and pelvic X-rays: a comparative scenario with DXA on obesity grounds. J Endocrinol Invest 37, 547–557 (2014). Click Here
  • Sapthagirivasan, V., Anburajan, M. & Janarthanam, S. Extraction of 3D Femur Neck Trabecular Bone Architecture from Clinical CT Images in Osteoporotic Evaluation: a Novel Framework. J Med Syst 39, 81 (2015). Click Here
  • B. Ragini, K.S. Arjun Subramaniyan, K. Sanchana, M. Anburajan, Evaluation of Low Bone Mineral Mass Using a Combination of Peripheral Bone Mineral Density and Total Body Composition Variables by Neural Network, Procedia Computer Science, Volume 57, 2015, Pages 1115-1123, ISSN 1877-0509, Click Here
  • Vivekanandhan S, Subramaniam J, Anburajan M. A computer-aided system for automatic extraction of femur neck trabecular bone architecture using isotropic volume construction from clinical hip computed tomography images. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine. 2016; 230(10):930-941. Click Here

Key References (selected list)

  • World Health Organization. (1994). Assessment of fracture risk and its application to screening for postmenopausal osteoporosis : report of a WHO study group [meeting held in Rome from 22 to 25 June 1992]. World Health Organization. Click Here
  • Population based reference standards of peak bone mineral density of Indian males and females – an ICMR multi-centre task force study, 2010 Click Here
  • Bhadada, S.K., Chadha, M., Sriram, U. et al. The Indian Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ISBMR) position statement for the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis in adults. Arch Osteoporos 16, 102 (2021). Click Here
  • Cherian KE, Kapoor N, Meeta M, Paul TV., Screening Tools for Osteoporosis in India: Where Do We Place Them in Current Clinical Care? J Midlife Health. 2021 Oct-Dec;12(4):257-262, DOI: Click Here, Epub 2022 Jan 20