Measuring femoral and rotational alignment: EOSsystem versus computed tomography
Femoral torsion was 13.4◦by EOS vs. 13.7◦by CT (P = 0.5) and tibial torsion was 30.8◦by EOS vs. 30.3◦by CT (P = 0.4). Strong associations were found between EOS and CT valuesfor both femoral torsion (P = 0.93) and tibial torsion (P = 0.89).Descargar
EOS Low-Dose Radiography: A Reliable and Accurate Upright Assessment of Lower-Limb Lengths
Upright EOS protocols that utilize a faster speed and lower current are more accurate than CT scanograms and conventional radiographs for the assessment of length and also are associated with a significantly lower radiation exposure.Descargar
Comparison of radiation dose, workflow, patient comfort and financial break-even of standard digital radiography and a novel biplanar low-dose X-ray system for upright full-length lower limb and whole spine radiography
The biplanar X-ray unit reduces radiation exposure and increases subjective noise exposure to patients.
3D analysis of brace treatment in idiopathic scoliosis
The Cobb angle was significantly improved. It also showed a significant hypolordotic effect. However, the results showed a high variability of the brace treatment effect in almost every parameter.
Musculoskeletal imaging in progress: The EOS imaging system
Further technological improvements might result in other clinical
indications of EOS imaging, namely a better sensibility to skeletal structure changes.
The EOS™ imaging system and its uses in daily orthopaedic practice
In this mini-review, general principles and uses of this groundbreaking integrated orthopaedic solution is reviewed with a few highlighted examples from our own clinical practice.
Diagnostic Imaging of Spinal Deformities
We established that the EOS system offers overall enhanced image quality while reducing drastically the entrance dose for the patient.
Know-how in osteoarticular radiology
Recent developments in 3D modeling of the lower limbs offer new perspectives, especially for total arthroplasties of the hip and knee. A complete 3D evaluation of the weight-bearing legs is now possible on a routine basis and with very low radiation doses.Descargar
3D evaluation of surgical correction of idiopathic scoliosis by vertebral column manipulation
EOS and sterEOS allowed both a 2D and a 3D evaluation of the
correction of this idiopathic scoliosis using the vertebral column
manipulation (VCM) method.