- 3-DIMENSIONAL SCAN MAPS VASCULAR ANOMALIES
3-Dimensional Medical Visualization is blazing the trail in computed tomography angiography (known as CTA in the medical industry). Medical professionals can now visualize various arterial and various venous vessels via a new CT technique. Letting doctors and chiropractors map, aneurysms, stenoses dissections and any other possible vascular anomalies.
Paired with 3D imaging, modern medical professionals can now get a much better sense of what they’re looking at in the anatomy and the pathology, along with any potential variants or artifacts.
CTA scans often contain hundreds of complex cross-sectional pictures. Now, 3D technology experts can create a brief summary of 3D data sets for the specific case so medical imaging specialists and radiologists and any referring physicians can read the file without having to do any of the processing themselves. Keeping the specialist or radiologist focused firmly on the clinical work, the research, along with the informing and teaching.”
- SIMPLIFYING 3D ULTRASOUND WITH IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
Ultrasonographers use 3D ultrasounds to examine and probe a patient. Capturing complex 3D image in addition to focused snapshots and send the pictures to a sophisticated 3D workstation. An ultrasound specialist reviews the pictures then adds any alternating 3D views before they go to the medical imaging specialist or radiologist.
The specialist can tell if the image has accurately captured the anatomy with the scan or missed areas. Before a 3-Dimensional ultrasound, medical imaging specialists and radiologists had to physically visit each scan and carefully check the patient during their visit, because after the patient left the building, no additional pictures could be taken. If any questions went arose, the patient would have to come back to be scanned again.
Not only does the new technology vastly improve the efficiency for medical imaging specialists and radiologists, and visiting patients, it builds flexibility into the scanning process, making it possible for ultrasound and imaging exams to be performed in small local offices instead of hospital rooms.
Patients prefer this step as it makes it easier for them to visit pain clinics, doctors and chiropractors after experiencing an automobile or motorcycle accident that resulted in a painful herniated discs or whiplash, crippling lower back pain, or excruciating pinched nerves in the neck.
About Regional Medical Group
Regional Medical Group (RMG) is a team of highly qualified accident doctors and medical staff who have teamed up with an extensive network of chiropractors that specialize in the treatment and care of patients who have been injured in any form of automobile accident, motorcycle accident, semi-truck accident, Uber auto accident, Lyft auto accident, slip-and-fall, or other work-related accidents. Regional Medical Group helps patients focus on injury treatment without the stress of how to pay for it.
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