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CurveBeam Throws A Curve At Conventional CT Scans For Orthopedic Practices

CurveBeam Throws A Curve at Conventional CT Scans for Orthopedic Practices

Often used for orthopedic and podiatric use when plain x-rays do not provide the visualization needed, a CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) scan is a quick, pain-free, noninvasive radiology diagnostic imaging test used to accurately generate comprehensive images of bones. These images can then be reformatted into three-dimensional images which can be easily shared through PACS. Quicker than the spiral motion of a typical CT scan, CBCT imaging exposes patients to less radiation than traditional CT scanners.

Watch the below video to learn Dr. Josef Zoldos, MD, DDS, one of the founders of the Arizona Center for Hand Surgery, explain how CurveBeam CBCT aids their doctors in detecting inflammatory conditions, tumors, and evaluating other abnormalities of the hand, wrist, and elbow, improving overall diagnoses, treatment plans, and patient engagement in their facility.

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