Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA)
DEXA measurement of the Hip and Spine is a recognized technology now used to diagnose osteoporosis, it can be used to predict future fracture risk and monitor the effects of drug treatment.1
In this center, Lunar DEXA machines are used.
Computerized Radiography is similar to conventional radiography, except that instead of using a film to create the image, an imaging plate made of photostimulable phosphor is used. Hence, instead of taking an exposed film into a darkroom for developing in chemical tanks or an automatic film processor, the imaging plate is run through a Computerized Radiography reader, that reads and digitizes the image. The digitized image can then be viewed and enhanced, using specialized softwares.
Captured total hip replacement
Stenofix instrumentation after diskectomy
Radiological change in carpal joint of rheumatoid arthritis study subject
Constrained total knee replacement and supercondylar osteotomy for severe valgus deformed knee
Computerized medical records system
In this center, a computerized clinical records system is used to store patient data. We ensure confidentiality and data safety according to the Personal Data (Privary) Ordinance.