Imaging in the Extremities

Radiology Today—March 30, 2017

Radiology Today covered the benefits of installing CBCT systems for capturing 3D imaging of extremeties in radiology. Radiologist John A. Carrino, MD, MPH at HSS discussed the aid of CBCT scans.

"Typically, when you do foot and ankle X-rays, you always prefer to do them in a load-bearing fashion, unless there's been trauma and the patient can't load bear," said Dr. Carrino. An image of an extremity that is supporting weight helps find any alignment abnormalities. "You want to get an appreciation for what's driving the problem."

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