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Osseointegration of Bone Graft Analysis in CT

Assessment of bone growth into scaffolds or grafts is generally performed qualitatively and thus difficult to consistently replicate across timepoints for a given patient or across multiple patients. This is especially true when CT imaging protocols (resolution, tube potential/current, etc) aren't kept consistent.


Custom Software Development for Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery

Traditional tools for shoulder arthroplasty planning include evaluation of 2D x-ray micrographs, 3D CT volumes and/or MRI volumes in the operating room for estimation of glenoid vault dimensions and available mass for implant fixation


Cartilage Thickness in CT Arthrograms

CT arthrograms involve injection of a contrast agent into joint spaces prior to scanning to study abnormalities or tears in articulating surfaces (cartilage), tendons, ligaments, or the joint capsule as a result of injury, osteoarthritis, or other pathology. Additionally, joint contrast will clearly delineate boundaries of soft tissue that generally is weakly attenuating and noisy.