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Intraoperative 3D Imaging: More Precision and Reduced Surgical Revisions

Philipp Grätzel von Grätz
Published on June 4, 2019
Implant or bone fragment misplacements can be detected much more reliably with intraoperative 3D imaging.

Better operation results and lower radiation doses

Jochen Franke, MD, Head of the Division of Trauma at the BG Trauma Center Ludwigshafen, Germany.
Peter Richter says yes to intraoperative 3D imaging in orthopedics and traumatology.

Extensive proof of benefit in clinical studies

Intraoperative imaging in orthopedics and traumatology? Absolutely, says Peter Richter, MD, assistant head of pelvis and spine surgery of the Department of Traumatology at the University Hospital Ulm, Germany.

Modern 3D systems offer considerable freedom and large 3D volume

Interdisciplinary use favors robotic-assisted imaging system

Mobile 3D C-arms score thanks to their high flexibilit

Modern product solutions for intraoperative 3D imaging

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By Philipp Grätzel von Grätz

Philipp Grätzel von Grätz lebt und arbeitet als freiberuflicher Medizinjournalist in Berlin. Seine Spezialgebiete sind Digitalisierung, Technik und Herz-Kreislauf-Therapie.