Reveals cortical and trabecular bone from DXA

DXA is the gold standard for assessing and monitoring bone health and is used globally to provide a quick, low-cost and low-radiation dose solution to better understand a patient's bone health, assess fracture risk, initiate treatment plans and monitor response to treatment over time.

But DXA is flawed. By outputting a two-dimensional image it can only provide part of the picture, missing vital information on the status of the cortical and trabecular bone. As such, local fragilities in the cortical and trabecular compartments could go unnoticed and clinicians cannot effectively assess the efficacy of selected therapies over time.

Introducing 3D-Shaper®

The groundbreaking software solution that transforms a standard 2D DXA image into a patient-specific 3D QCT-like model, providing you with a fast, safe and cost-effective way to assess bone density and visualise local changes in the cortical and trabecular compartments.

3D-Shaper® eliminates the need for expensive and time-consuming Quantitative Computed Tomography (QCT) scans that expose patients to larger radiation doses. With 3D-Shaper, you can obtain 3D QCT-like results from a standard 2D DXA image, with no extra radiation, long scan time, or hefty price tag.

Software Solutions for every need


Visualize the femoral shape and density in 3D

Measure the cortical surface density

Measure the volumetric trabecular density

Compare measurements with normative data

Monitor cortical and trabecular bone measurements