Orthopedics Today—June 29, 2017
Orthopedics Today’s Education Lab featured HSS radiologist John A. Carrino, MD, MPH who moderated an online panel discussion about the benefits of using digital tomosynthesis (DTS) imaging in orthopedic practice. According to Dr. Carrino, DTS is a "computer generated image consisting of multiple contiguous ‘slices’ of a radio-dense object".
Dr. Carrino interviewed a group of orthopedic surgeons to share their experiences using DTS, and how it has helped them identify the presence, displacement and healing of bone fractures.
This discussion originally appeared at healio.com.