Extremity Image Capture

New CT extremity system has the potential to refine clinical skills, create new surgical techniques, and offer greater intelligence for more predictable outcomes. By Dr. Lew Schon, M.D. FACS, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and at  Georgetown School of Medicine. As a foot and ankle

Os avanços nas imagens de extremidades podem beneficiar aos adultos com estilos de vida ativos. Ao longo dos anos assisti a centenas de feiras e conferências, e a reunião anual da Academia Americana de Cirurgiões Ortopédicos (AAOS) foi uma das melhores experiências. Vi de primeira mão porque

Metal artifact reduction software offers additional diagnostic advantages. By Levon Vogelsang, PhD, Senior Research Scientist at Carestream Health. Editor's note: This article was originally published in Becker’s Spine Review on Jan. 16, 2018. It is republished here with the publication’s permission. An aging population along with a wide

Modality enables capture of low-dose 3D extremity exams on site. By Don Thompson, Marketing Director, Carestream. Orthopaedic specialists can streamline workflow and productivity by capturing onsite exams with new 3D cone beam technology. The capability to do image capture, diagnosis, and discussion of treatment options with patients

Providers must be accredited by a CMS-approved organization. The process for securing accreditation for Cone Beam CT orthopaedic imaging can be a bit confusing. However, it’s a necessary process. Any facility performing CT scans must obtain accreditation prior to receiving reimbursements from Medicare and many private

Study favors weight-bearing images for orthopaedic patellofemoral diagnosis and surgery. By Dr. John Marzo, physician with UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. In clinical orthopedics advanced imaging like computed axial tomography (CT) scanning, has become invaluable to the evaluation and management of patients with musculoskeletal disease. Bone detail