Application of methods of radiation diagnostics (MSCT, MRI) in the planning of complex rehabilitation of patients. Comprehensive planning of orthopedic treatment using CAD / CAM technologies. Models obtained by computer prototyping (stereolithography).
Application of methods of radiation diagnostics (MSCT, MRI) in the planning of complex rehabilitation of patients.
Computed tomography is a method of non-destructive layer-by-layer study of the internal structure of an object. The method is based on measuring and complex computer processing of the difference in X-ray attenuation by tissues of different density. Currently, X-ray computed tomography is the main tomographic method for studying human tissues using X-rays.
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI) is a method of radiation diagnostics based on recording the energy emitted by the protons of the hydrogen nuclei of the human body when they return from an excited state to their original state.
MRI allows you to get an image of the layers of the human body in any plane — frontal, sagittal, axial, etc., which can then be reconstructed into three-dimensional images.
With magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the patient is not exposed to ionizing radiation.