Comparison of polytomography and computed tomography for fracture assessment

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Objective. To compare polytomography (PT) and computed tomography (CT) for visualizing fractures and arthrodeses, with and without metal hardware, to determine whether CT could adequately replace PT. Design and patients. An ex vivo bovine model containing fractures in three planes, reduced with metal hardware, was created to compare fractures using PT and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002560050526

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@article{Kuong1999ComparisonOP, title={Comparison of polytomography and computed tomography for fracture assessment}, author={S. J. Kuong and Denise Svendsgaard Williamson and Nancy D. Baker and J. Leland Sosman and R D Nawfel and Mathew G. Wilson and Barbara N. Weissman}, journal={Skeletal Radiology}, year={1999}, volume={28}, pages={330-335} }