Implant osteotomy software module
image analysisvisualizationpreoperative planning

implant osteotomy software module
implant osteotomy software module
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for implant osteotomy
image analysis, visualization, preoperative planning, medical image import
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The whole leg module enables a holistic view and planning of osteotomies. The osteotomy module can be used to plan femoral or tibial corrective osteotomies, with single or multiple osteotomies, using the open wedge or closed wedge technique. Axial misalignments are found automatically, and corrections are handled automatically or manually. An integrated database makes it easy to select suitable osteosynthesis components such as nails, plates, screws and more. With mediCAD®, merging partial images to create a complete long-leg image is a very simple and intuitive process. Autoplan Osteotomy All dimensions are determined after automatic recognition of the relevant landmarks using the “Autoplan Osteotomy” function. Axial malpositions can be corrected by specifying the relevant cuts. This function allows mediCAD to facilitate rapid and efficient preoperative endoprosthetic planning. Osteotomy according to Dror Paley An analysis determines the type, number, size and localization of the osteotomies. When correction is complete, all joint-related mechanical weight-bearing axes and joint tangents must lie within the normal range. Common methods: Open Wedge oder Closed Wedge Misalignments can be calculated using the expanded Osteotomy module according to Dror Paley. All pre- and post-operative results are shown. The process has been used for years at and offers the following advantages: Analysis of the preoperative situation Determination of CORA/NCORA, single or multiple osteotomies



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