[Three-dimensional evaluation of computerized tomography images of pediatric fractures].

Abstract

Three-dimensional reconstruction from CT was performed in pediatric patients after joint, facial, or spinal injury. Three-dimensional reconstruction proved particularly helpful in children with reduced post-trauma joint mobility. Free fragments, joint dislocations, and articulate surface defects were demonstrated. Here, as well as in facial and spinal injury, three-dimensional CT may facilitate and augment the understanding of two-dimensional displays.

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@article{Borgis1992ThreedimensionalEO, title={[Three-dimensional evaluation of computerized tomography images of pediatric fractures].}, author={K. J. Borgis and H. Halsband}, journal={Langenbecks Archiv fur Chirurgie. Supplement. Kongressband. Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Chirurgie. Kongress}, year={1992}, pages={390-5} }