What can Perlove Medical’s 3D imaging bring to the clinic?


Why is it that 3D imaging can improve the treatment effect of surgery?

01. Improve surgical precision

Doctors usually look for the entry point and exit point of the needle in the “cat’s eye”, and use the doctor’s experience to hit the nail in the arch root. Surgery relies on the surgeon’s experience, and any deviation can be devastating to the patient. In complex surgeries, the precision of the operation can be greatly improved if there is 3D imaging support to ensure that the nail is accurately driven into the arch root.

The term “cat’s eye” refers to the orthogonal projection of the pedicle.

02. Simplifying complex surgery

Usually, surgery on the upper cervical spine is very complicated because the surgeon has to drive the nail into such a narrow channel in the upper cervical spine, surrounded by important neurovascular vessels, which may result in the death of the patient once the cervical spine is damaged. With the continuous development of medical imaging technology, under the guidance of three-dimensional images, the entire pathway can be completely displayed in our eyes, making this complex surgery simple, more doctors can go to carry out such surgery, and more and more patients will benefit from it.

03. Verify the results of the surgery to ensure its success

After we have completed the vertebroplasty, we can’t see the leakage of the cement clearly on the 2D front and side images, but through the 3D images, we can see how the cement is dispersed in the vertebral body in 360°. If we determine that the quality is not good at that time, we may need to do a revision, which cannot be seen on the 2D imaging.

Although not every surgery requires the use of 3D imaging.

But complex surgery, the key links have three-dimensional image help


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