enCORE v18 Software

Powerful tools and clinical applications for your DXA
At a Glance

DXAVision for smart scanning

For body composition assessment, DXAVision™ provides efficient workflow options and up to 40% faster scan times1

Identify more at-risk patients

Integrated TBS (Trabecular Bone Score) provides bone quality assessment, for additional insights beyond BMD

Advanced clinical tools

Beyond BMD, applications are available for vertebral assessment, hip assessment, spine geometry, orthopedics, pediatrics and more

Powerful applications for efficiencies and clinical insights

DXAVision provides BMD and Body Composition in one easy, unified workflow. With scanning options that improve operator efficiency and shorten exam time, DXAVision provides up to 40% faster scan times and a better experience for patients3.


  • Easy-to-use and intuitive interface
  • Robust reporting, with dozens of modifiable style sheets
  • Bone and body composition applications for faster scanning and less dose
  • Practice management tools for patient population reporting and visit follow-up
  • Optional tool for Visceral and Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue (VAT and SAT) assessment4
  • Data security with encryption and user audit trails

Smarter Scanning with DXAVision™

Total Body exams are one of the most time-consuming DXA workflows. With two new scan acquisition options, DXAVision offers total body scanning with reduced dose and scans up to 40% faster than traditional total body exams.1 Also included with the DXAVision option is Smaller Body Composition, designed to provide speed and consistency by automatically placing cut-points at knees and elbows.

An intuitive interface

An efficient and intuitive interface that guides users through correct positioning and provides a 34-point check system to alert for abnormalities. User-friendly navigation options provide quick access to exam site selection options and one-click reporting.

Advancements in bone health

Integrated Trabecular Bone Score (TBS)2 The Trabecular Bone Score (TBS) application, uses a DXA AP Spine scan to assess bone micro-architecture and provide a TBS score. This optional application can aid in understanding the quality of bone, in addition to quantity of bone provided by BMD, to help with additional insights into patient bone health. Combined with BMD and FRAX, TBS can be especially helpful for assessing patients that have a BMD that is borderline for osteoporosis.

Atypical Femur Fracture (AFF)2 The optional AFF feature enables scanning of the entire femur to help in identifying focal thickening along the lateral cortex. Beaking measurement is included to enable trending with multiple scans to understand changes over time. Image Right: Bone Health Report.

Advancements in metabolic health

Visceral and Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue (VAT and SAT) Assessment
As obesity rates continue to rise at a staggering rate, DXA offers a simple method to help physicians measure fat and non-fat mass for assessing and monitoring patient body composition. Patient Visceral Adipose Tissue levels can reveal health risk factors, as VAT is closely associated with obesity-related diseases including heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.5,6 CoreScan (an optional application) accurately estimates the VAT and SAT content within the android region, providing mass, area and volume metrics that can be used in metabolic health assessment and trending of changes4.
  1. Advanced body composition application overview - JB47869XX. Requires optional DXAVisionTM feature.
  2. Integrated Trabecular Bone Score and Atypical Femur Fracture are optional features and may not be available in all regions. Consult with local sales rep for market availability.
  3. IDXA precision (Total Femur BMD). Ergun DL, Wacker WK, Zhou QQ, et al. Performance of the Lunar iDXA. Presented at the 17th International.
  4. VAT and SAT assessment require CoreScan which is an optional feature that may not be available in all regions. Consult with local sales rep for market availability.
  5. Liu, FX et al. Factors Associated with Visceral Fat Loss in Response to a Multifaceted Weight Loss Intervention. J Obes Weight Loss Ther 2017;7(4):346.
  6. Toss, F. et al. Abdominal and gynoid adiposity and the risk of stroke. Int J Obes (Lond). 2011 Nov;35(11):1427-32.

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