March 7, 2007 - IMV Medical Information Division recently released its report, ï¿½Present Practices and Future Directions in Orthopedic Imaging: The Orthopedistsï¿½ Perspective 2007ï¿½ which provides insights into orthopedic specialistsï¿½ perspectives about their present and future roles in ordering and performing diagnostic imaging procedures, finding that access to in-office MRI and digital radiography capabilities are among U.S. orthopedic specialistsï¿½ greatest needs.
IMV Study: MRI, Digital Radiography Equipment Most Needed
Example images for a control participant , a deletion carrier, and a duplication carrier. In the sagittal image of the deletion carrier, the thick corpus callosum, dens and craniocervical abnormality, and cerebellar ectopia are shown. For the duplication carrier, the sagittal image shows the thin corpus callosum and the axial image shows the increased ventricle size and decreased white matter volume. Image courtesy of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).