3D C-Arm Clinical Application Case

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The 3D C-arm, also known as the orthopedic mobile 3D C-arm, is an upgraded version that combines traditional 2D imaging with “CT-like mode”. It can rapidly generate cross-sectional, sagittal, and coronal plane images as well as three-dimensional images during surgery, providing surgeons with a more comprehensive view to accurately assess bone tissue and implants, thereby ensuring the implementation of surgery, greatly improving the success rate of the surgery, and reducing the probability of complications.

Since it has listed in February 2022, the Perlove Medical Flat Panel 3D C-arm “Tiangong” has brought a brand new intelligent experience for doctors and patients.

C-arm Assisted in Operation

Clinical Cases:

Patient 1:

Female, 56 years old, underwent L5/S1 intervertebral disc decompression + pedicle screw fixation surgery.

Preoperative patient magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans.
Preoperative patient magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan.
Showing protrusion of the L3/4 and L4/5 intervertebral discs, with an intracanal mass at the L5-S1 level
3D C-arm positioning and preoperative 2D imaging.
3D C-arm positioning and preoperative 2D imaging
The doctor inserts medical screws guided by imaging.
The doctor inserts medical screws into the L5/S1 vertebral pedicle guided by imaging
rapid intraoperative generation of two-dimensional images and three-dimensional images intraoperatively
During the surgery, it rapidly generates of cross-sectional, sagittal, and coronal plane images as well as three-dimensional images.

Patient 2:

Male, 52 years old, underwent open reduction and internal fixation surgery for tibial plateau fracture.

Preoperative CT three-dimensional reconstructed images.
Preoperative CT three-dimensional reconstructed images showed comminuted fracture at the tibial plateau.

Intraoperative imaging assistance
High-quality intraoperative imaging assisted in precise screw implantation

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