densitometry

Densitometry

Densitometry is a technique for studying the structure of bone tissue based on layer-by-layer X-ray scanning of the bone area under study with a narrow beam of radiation. With the help of CT densitometry, it is possible to obtain a spatial image of the structure of the cortical and spongy layer, as well as accurately…

ct foot

CT Foot

CT foot is a method of radiation examination that allows to diagnose pathological changes in the anatomical structures that form the foot. It makes it possible to visualize the distal parts of the tibia and fibula; the tarsal (talus, calcaneus, navicular, cuboid and three wedge-shaped) and metatarsal bones; the phalanges of the fingers; the ankle…

ct scan hand

CT Scan Hand

CT scan hand – X-ray computed tomography of the bones of the distal upper limb. Allows you to examine in great detail the numerous bones of the wrist, metacarpal bones and finger bones, as well as the joints between them (carpo-metacarpal, metacarpophalangeal, interphalangeal joints). With contrast enhancement, visualization of the surrounding soft tissues of the…

ct scan of hip

CT Scan of Hip

CT scan of hip is an X-ray tomographic examination of the joint of the lower limb with postprocessor computer processing of images and multi-plane reconstruction of the image. The acetabulum, the proximal epiphysis with the neck and head of the femur, the iliac bone, as well as the auxiliary apparatus of the joint fall into…

ct scan shoulder

CT Scan Shoulder

CT scan shoulder is a method of radiation diagnostics that allows you to visualize the anatomical structures that form the shoulder joint. During its implementation, the head, neck and proximal part of the humerus, the articular cavity of the scapula, the lateral third of the clavicle, the general configuration of the joint and the relative location…