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3D Reconstruction

3D reconstruction - a process in which computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or ultrasound images are used to create a three-dimensional reconstruction of the human anatomical model. Using certified software, our team can restore bone, joint, major blood vessels and soft tissue into three-dimensional models. Here are a few examples of three-dimensional models.

 

Diagnosis of joint and spine functional changes 

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Conventional radiological studies provide little information about the joint "tightness" or segments of spinal instability. The anatomical structures of dynamically 3D reconstructed CT images allows for analysis of recent developments and interactions during movement.

Psi by BalticRAD on Sketchfab

 

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Preparing fractured bone joints for surgical treatment

Dynamic 3D reconstruction using CT images of fractured bone joints facilitates the analysis required for preparation of anatomical reconstruction plans. The findings help choose the most appropriate incision point and the restoration sequence of bone fragments to their former locations. Analysis of a disintegrated joint using dynamic 3D reconstruction helps determine the bone defects that formed at the time of the trauma and prepare a sufficient quantity of materials for filling, for stable fixation of bone fragments the proper type of implant is then selected.

Nulauztas by BalticRAD on Sketchfab

 

Special guides for joint replacement implant design

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Degenerative processes erode bone joint surfaces, changing limb axis and biomechanical structural properties. Analysis of CT images of damaged joints using 3D reconstruction allows the creation of a virtual model of the phases of joint replacement. This design methodology allows an anatomically adapted guide of a patient's bone to be fabricated, which helps properly implant an endoprostheses.

Psi by BalticRAD on Sketchfab

 

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Specific implants designed for restoration of joints and bones affected by degenerative lesions

Dynamic 3D reconstruction of CT images helps assess the nature and degree of degeneration and helps the creation of a recovery plan of various anatomical structures exposed to different types of degeneration. This method first creates a digital model and then the intended implant for the damaged anatomical segment. The modified implant is attached to an undamaged part of the anatomical structure, using the practices described and accepted principles found in global medical literature. Specific and "classic" implants are easily compatible.

Implant by BalticRAD on Sketchfab



3D reconstruction order procedures:

If you have signed a service contract, your radiological digital files must be sent to our PACS server via a secure VPN link and an order form must be submitted via e-mail.

Order form can be downloaded here.

If you do not have a contract, you can still order a 3D reconstruction, you simply need to have the radiological examination saved on a CD or other type of digital media. Please contact us for more details.

 

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