3D models for diagnostics and therapy planning
Get more information from your x-rays
3D models from 2D X-ray images
Diagnostics and therapy planning in a new dimension
X-rays have been the standard procedure for looking inside the body for over 100 years, for example to diagnose pain after accidents. In contrast to 3D computed tomography, projection X-ray offers the advantages of widespread use, lower radiation exposure, lower costs, and images taken while standing upright. However, things can easily be missed on 2D X-ray images because structures are shown superimposed in the projection. The perspective view leads to misinterpretations, for example of proportions. Spatial relationships are thus often difficult or even impossible to assess. Our solutions for 3D models from 2D X-ray images support you with additional information for your decision-making.
3D anatomy models from 2D radiographs
With our innovative 3D shape analysis, we can estimate which original shape and position of a 3D anatomical structure led to a given 2D X-ray image. By comparing trained knowledge of shape with individual image information, we support you in the assessment of pathological changes, for example joint arthrosis or vertebral body luxations. Our 3D models from 2D X-ray images thus provide more confidence for diagnostics and therapy planning.
3D therapy planning based on 2D X-ray images
Use 3D models from 2D X-ray images for planning, follow-up and final evaluation of your surgical procedures. For example, in the planning of hip implants: to determine the pelvic tilt in a standing position under weight load. Or for 3D functional diagnostics of dynamic motion using fluoroscopy. Or for checking the 3D position and orientation of implants during the course of a procedure. Evaluate surgical results in three dimensions using 2D X-ray imaging. Expand the possibilities offered by conventional radiographs over the use of computed tomography scans. Avoid unnecessary radiation exposure for your patients. In this way, you can contribute to quality assurance for yourself and your patients.