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Case Study: Effects of Cone Beam Imaging on a Spondylodesis Procedure

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A case study of a middle-aged female patient with severe radiating pain in both upper extremities and severely reduced movements of the cervical spine demonstrates the clinical necessity of Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT).

Discover in this latest case study how CBCT imaging:

·         Captured clear, high resolution imagery of difficult to access anatomy

·         Allowed for immediate diagnosis and clinical follow up

·         Uses one third of the radiation that Multiple Detector Computed Tomography (MDCT) emits

Download this case study to discover the results of the study and see the return on investment opportunities that will arise from utilizing CBCT imaging.

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