Medical Media Images

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

3-D Color MRI Images are now here: A 3-D Color HD MRI of an Ankle Joint

Medical Media Images has developed the technology to show ordinary black and white MRI Images in Color and 3-D. Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Medical Images and Medical Illustrations.

This Color MRI Medical Image shows the Ankle Joint in 3-D. The joints between the Tibia and Talus bones as well as the Talus and Calcaneus are shown in green. The Achilles Tendon is seen in Yellow.
Many of the muscles surrounding the foot and ankle can be clearly seen.


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3-D Color HD MRI Images of the Ankle Joint
3-D HD Color MRI of the Ankle Joint

 




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3-D Color X-Ray Images of a Degenerated Shoulder Joint

Medical Media Images has developed the technology to convert conventional Black and White X-Ray Images into Color and 3-D.

This Image shows a front (AP) view of a Shoulder Joint. The Joint is narrowed and degenerated which is seen in Red. This represents as new form of Medical Illustrations which can show an authentic X-Ray in 3-D and Color to help the viewer understand the content of a Radiology Image.

MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Medical Images and Medical Illustrations.

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3-D HD Color X-Ray Image of a Degenerated Shoulder Joint
3-D Color HD X-Ray showing a Degenerated Shoulder Joint
                  
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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Color MRI Medical Images: A Color Knee HD MRI showing the Knee Anatomy

MRI Images can now be seen in Color and 3-D. This technology has been developed my Medical Media Images. This Color Knee MRI Medical Illustration is from MMI's 3-D line of products.

Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Medical Images and Medical Illustrations.
This particular Image showcases the Knee Joint and the surrounding anatomy. The Meniscus is shown in blue, other Knee Cartilage in green. The Patellar Ligament is shown in yellow as it connects the Patella to the Tibia at the bottom of the Image. Many of the muscles surrounding the Knee are seen in red. This Image is an example of a high quality Medical Illustration derived from an actual patient Medical Image.

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3-D Color Knee MRI



 
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The Human Body seen on 3-D Color MRI Medical Images

3-D Color HD MRI Images can show the Human Body in ways never seen before. Medical Media Images has created the technology to convert ordinary Black and White MRI Images into HD, Color and 3-D as a Medical Illustration. Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Medical Images.

This specific 3-D Color MRI Image shows a slice through the Human Body. Many of the details of our individual organs can be seen in this Image: The Brain and its components; The Heart, Lungs, Intestines, Spine, etc.

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3-D Color MRI Medical Illustration of the Human Body
3-D Color HD MRI of the Human Body


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Osgood-Schlatter Disease shown on a 3-D Color HD X-Ray Medical Image

Many common Orthopaedic Problems can now be seen on Color 3-D X-Ray and MRI Medical Images. Medical Media Images has created the technology and methods to convert ordinary Black and White Radiology Medical Images into stunning 3-D HD Color Medical Illustrations.
Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.
This specific Image shows a patient's Knee from the side. Below the Knee joint, the area of the Tibia affected by Osgood Schlatter Disease is shown in red. A large "bone spur" has formed. The reason for this bone growth is typically bone irritation from the patellar tendon. This tendon attaches to the front of the Tibia, known as the Tibial Tuberosity. Frequent stress of the tendon from sports activities is thought to be a reason for this condition. This Color X-Ray Medical Image shows a case of severe Osgood Schlatter Disease.
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3-D Color X-Ray Medical Illustration showing Osgood Schlatter Disease
Lateral Knee X-Ray showing Osgood Schlatter Disease


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A 3-D Medical Image: Color HD Knee X-Ray showing a Baker's Cyst

A Baker's Cyst can now be seen on a 3-D Color X-Ray in High Definition. This Image is the latest produced by Medical Media Images from the 3-D Product Line.

Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.
This Image is a side-view (lateral) of the Knee. The Baker's Cyst is shown in red. It is a fluid filled cyst in the back of the Knee (popliteal). Baker's Cysts are commonly related to a form of Knee Arthritis or Cartilage Tear. They can be felt as a mass behind the knee which restricts the Knee's mobility.
 
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3-D Color Knee HD X-Ray Image showing a Baker's Cyst
3-D HD Color X-Ray showing a Baker's Cyst




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Friday, February 21, 2014

3-D Color MRI Medical Image showing the Hip Joints

A very unique view of  the Hip Joints from a 3-D Color HD MRI produced by Medical Media Images (MMI). This is one of the latest creations from MMI's newest product line of 3-D Color X-Ray and MRI Medical Illustrations.

Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.

This particular Image is a MRI slice (cut) long ways through the lower Abdomen, Pelvis and the upper part of the Hip Bones. At the top of  the Image part of the low-back (lumbar spine) is visible. Both Hip Joints can be clearly seen with the "ball" of the Femur (thigh bone) resting within the "socket" of the Pelvis (hip bone). Many of  the muscles surrounding the Thigh and Hip Bones can be seen. The 3-D aspect of this Image brings out the Bone Anatomy shown on this MRI Image.


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3-D Color HD MRI Medical Image showing the Hip Joints
Color 3-D HD MRI showing the Hip Joints


 

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Wrist Fracture Color X-Ray Medical Image, showing the original conventional X-Ray, followed by HD, Color, and 3-D Conversion

This sequence of Radiology Images shows what Medical Media Images (MMI) can do with a Wrist Fracture X-Ray. The initial average quality Image is first converted to an HD X-Ray. This HD X-Ray is then transformed into a 3-D X-Ray. The last X-Ray is a reconstruction of what a Normal Wrist X-Ray for this patient would look like. This "Reconstruction Image" is the newest product featured by MMI. Reconstructing a Normal X-Ray from an abnormal X-Ray presents a completely new opportunity to showcase Radiology Images and Diseases. This is another World's First for MMI!


A Transformation of a Wrist Fracture X-Ray from average quality to HD, to 3-D and then to a Normal Image.


 
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Thursday, February 20, 2014

3-D Color Hand MRI Medical Image as a Medical Illustration

MRI Images can now be seen in Color and 3-D! Medical Media Images presents a new Image in our series of 3-D Color X-Ray and Color MRI Medical Images.

This particular Image shows the Human Hand from an unusual perspective. It is called the "coronal plane" which is basically a slice long ways through the center of our Hand. The individual bones of the Hand and Wrist (Carpals, Metacarpals and Phalanges) are shown. The muscles are seen in red, the soft tissue in white. Many small Blood Vessels can be seen red.

Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.

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3-D HD Color MRI of the Hand
3-D Color MRI of the Hand





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A 3-D Color Foot and Ankle MRI Medical Image Illustration.

This Medical Image is a 3-D Color HD MRI of a Foot and Ankle presented by Medical Media Images in our new product series of 3-D Color Radiology Images.

The Image demonstrates the Bone, Muscle and Tendon Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle. Compared to typical Medical Illustrations, this Image shows actual, realistic patient anatomy.

Each Image  in this new line of 3-D Medical Images is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.

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3-D Color HD MRI Scan of the Foot and Ankle
3-D Color HD MRI Scan of the Foot and Ankle
                           
     
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X-Ray Images in Color and 3-D: An X-Ray Image of a Knee Fracture

Medical Media Images presents another X-Ray Image in its series of 3-D Color X-Ray Images.
These Images are first converted to into HD X-Ray Images. Following this process, the Image is converted into Color and 3-D.

This particular Image shows an "Avulsion Fracture of the Tibia". Part of the Tibia Bone has become separated. This type of injury can occur when extreme stress is placed on the Patellar Ligament (kneecap ligament). This Ligament attaches the Patella (kneecap) to the Tibia which is the larger of the two bones of the lower leg. In extreme stress on the Patallar Ligament, the Ligament can be strong enough to pull off the part of the Tibia Bone it is attached to. This Bone Fragment is clearly seen in the X-Ray Image. Also, notice how the Patella is now pulled upward, since it lost its anchoring point on the Tibia Bone.

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3-D Color Knee X-Ray showing an Avulsion Fracture of the Tibia
  Avulsion Fracture of the Tibia
 
 
 
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

X-Ray Images in Color and 3-D: A Chest X-Ray Image

Medical Media Images showcases X-Ray Images from our Color 3-D collection. Each X-Ray is first converted into a High Definition (HD) X-Ray, following by Color conversion. The 3-D application is then performed.

The featured Image represents a Chest X-Ray Image, taken from behind (PA = Postererior-Anterior). The Heart and Lungs are clearly visible. The 3-D effect enhances the appearance of the Ribs which enhances the viewer's perception of the 3-Dimensional location of the organs. The smaller red lines within the Chest are the Blood Vessels traveling to and from the Lungs. They are accentuated to demonstrate their location within the X-Ray Image. The trachea can be seen in Blue as it directs air to and from the Lungs. The Lung tissue is also shown in blue. Air in the stomach is shown in green, located just below the rib cage on the right side of the X-Ray Image.

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       3-D Color Chest X-Ray showing the Heart, Lungs, and more.
3-D Color Chest X-Ray showing the Ribcage, Heart, Lungs and more.
 
 
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Scoliosis Images, 3-D Color X-Ray Image demonstrating a Scoliosis

Medical Media Images (MMI) presents a 3-D Color X-Ray Image to demonstrate a severe Scoliosis. An original, conventional Black and White Scoliosis Image was converted into High Definition (HD) and Color. After that, MMI transformed the Image into 3-D.
This Scoliosis Image is meant to allow the viewer to easily see and understand a Scoliosis. The particular Scoliosis shown involves the Mid-Back (Thoracic Spine) and Low-Back (Lumbar Spine). Involving both the Mid and Low-Back is not uncommon for a Scoliosis which forms in Adolescence. Likely, the Scoliosis shown in this Scoliosis Image started in the Mid-Back. Over time, the Low-Back compensated for the Mid-Back Curvature, bending the opposite way. This is called a "compensation" which allows the patient to maintain a relatively straight overall posture.
Notice, how this Scoliosis Image also demonstrates the rotation of the Vertebrae. When a Scoliosis becomes severe, the Spine often bends to the side and rotates at the same time.

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3-D Color Scoliosis X-Ray showing a severe Curvature
 




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3-D Color X-Ray Femur/Tibia/Fibula Fracture, "Floating Knee"

Medical Media Images presents a 3-D Color X-Ray of a "Floating Knee". This Image demonstrates a Femur and Tib/Fib Fracture which make the Knee "float" since it is no longer anchored to any bone. The 3-D Color conversion highlights the Fractures.

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3-D Color X-Ray of a Fracture of the Femur/Tibia/Fibula
3-D Color X-Ray, Fracture of the Femur, Tibia and Fibula
 
 
 
 
 
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Medical Media Images presents a 3-D Color X-Ray of a Wrist Fracture


Medical Media Images (MMI) presents another 3-D Color Image from its new Product Line. Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and  then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.

This 3-D Color X-Ray showcases a Wrist Fracture. The 3-D Color Version of this Image highlights the Fracture to make it easily visible. This particular fracture involves the distal Radius.


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3-D Color HD X-Ray showing a Fracture of the distal Radius
                                                                                Wrist Fracture of the distal Radius


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Medical Media Images presents a 3-D Color Knee MRI


Medical Media Images (MMI) presents another 3-D Color Image from its new Product Line. Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.

MMI has created a 3-D Color MRI Image of the Knee. This unique MRI Image demonstrates part of the Meniscus of the Knee Joint which is shown in blue. Sports injuries of the knee often involve the Meniscus. This 3-D Image presents the viewer with an orientation to the location of the Meniscus.


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3-D Color HD Knee MRI demonstrating the Meniscus Cartilage

                                                             3-D Color MRI of the Knee Joint showing the Meniscus in Blue.




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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Chiropractic Cervical Subluxation shown on 3-D Color X-Ray!


Medical Media Images presents a new 3-D Image in our new 3-D product line. This Image showcases a C-5 Cervical Chiropractic Subluxation to allow patients to understand the Disease and Treatment better.













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3-D Color X-Ray showing a severe Throaco-Lumbar Scoliosis created by Medical Media Images


Medical Media Images (MMI) presents another 3-D Color HD X-Ray Image from its new Product Line. Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.
This particular X-Ray Image presents a unique 3-D view of a Scoliosis (Abnormal Spine Curvature).  The Curvature first travels to the left in the Thoracic Spine (mid-back) and then back to the right in the Lumbar Spine (low-back).
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                            3-D Color Scoliosis X-Ray
                                                      3-D Color X-Ray showing a Scoliosis
                                            
 
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

MMI presents the World's first 3-D Color MRI


Medical Media Images (MMI) presents another 3-D Color Image from its new Product Line. Each Image is first converted to High Definition (HD) and then converted to Color and 3-D. MMI is the only company worldwide with the expertise to create Color 3-D HD Radiology Images.

Medical Media Images is proud to present a new Image in our 3-D Image category. This Image is the World's first 3-D MRI Image. The Image shows a Knee MRI highlighting the ACL and PCL Ligaments. These Ligaments are usually not seen together in their entirety on MRI. With MRI reconstruction we were able to show both Ligaments together to help viewers understand the relationship of the ACL and PCL to each other and to the Knee Joint as a whole.


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3-D Color HD Knee MRI, demonstrating the ACL and PCL Ligaments
3-D Color MRI of the Knee Joint showing the ACL and PCL Ligaments



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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

3-D Color HD X-Ray Medical Image of a Knee Replacement (Total Knee Arthroplasty)

You can now see a Knee Replacement on a 3-D Color HD X-Ray brought to you by Medical Media Images. 3-D Color HD Images can demonstrate a Knee Replacement in ways never seen before.

This particular Image demonstrates a one-sided (unilateral) Knee Replacement (Total Hip Arthroplasty, Right) shown in blue. The two components of the Knee Replacement are the Femoral (top) and Tibial (bottom). The top component covers the Femur (thigh bone), while the bottom piece creates a surface on which the top component can move on.

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3-D Color Knee X-Ray of a Knee Replacement
3-D Color HD Knee Replacement Image


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Monday, February 10, 2014

Medical Media Images presents revolutionary 3-D Color X-Rays

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Medical Media Images presents a new product: Color X-Ray and MRI Images in 3D! See Radiology Images in ways never seen before. This particular Images shows a conventional MMI HD Color X-Ray next to a 3D version of the same Image. A new line of 3-D Images is coming soon.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Color MRI Hip Fracture Medical Illustration


An HD Color MRI of the Abdomen and Pelvis shows a Hip Fracture from an unusual perspective. This MRI Medical Image is a Vertical Slice through the Center of the Body at the level of the lower abdomen down to the mid-thigh. 

The broken Hip (Neck of the Femur) is shown in red. Compared with the opposite side, the bone is disrupted, i.e. fractured. Many of the Muscles surrounded in the Hip and Thigh can be seen. Notice their attachment points to various bones. Towards the top of the Image, part of the low-back (lumbar spine) can be seen. Two discs are shown in green located between respective Vertebrae.


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HD Color MRI Image of a Hip Fracture
                                                                                           Right Femoral Neck Fracture

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Malignant Mesothelioma on conventional Black/White CT Scan versus HD Color CT Scan


Medical Media Images presents a "side-by-side" Image which contrasts a conventional axial CT Scan Images with a HD Color CT Image, both demonstrating a Malignant Mesothelioma. Even a non-medical viewer can see and understand the Color Image and Disease shown. The normal Lung is shown in green, the abnormal in red. The Malignant Mesothelioma is further pointed out by the arrows. This is an example of how a Radiology Image can become a Medical Illustration when converted to HD and Color.


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Conventional and Color HD Cat Scan of the Chest showing Mesothelioma
Cross-Sectional (Axial) CT Scan Image of the Chest showing Mesothelioma of the Right Lung Pleura





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Malignant Mesothelioma seen on "side-by side" Image showing the difference in appearance from conventional Black/White Cat Scan to HD Cat Scan

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Medical Media Images presents a new Malignant Mesothelioma Chest CT Image. This Image shows a conventional low definition coronal CT on the left and a HD Color CT on the right. The HD Color CT can clearly demonstrate Malignant Mesothelioma even to a non-medical viewer, which would be indistinct on a conventional CT Scan. The normal Lung is shown in green, the abnormal in red. The tumor is further pointed out by the arrows.

 
                  

HD Color X-Ray Images demonstrating a Normal Chest X-Ray and one with Asbestosis


Medical Media Images presents a "side-by-side" HD Color X-Ray Image showcasing the condition of Asbestosis. A Normal Chest X-Ray is seen on the left which is contrasted with one showing Asbestosis on the right. The Asbestosis X-Ray demonstrates multiple plaques outlined in red.
Even a non-medical viewer can clearly appreciate the difference between normal and abnormal.


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Asbestosis Color Chest X-Ray, Normal versus Abnormal

 
                                                Normal Chest X-Ray                                                                Asbestosis
 
 
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Color Cat Scan showing a Malignant Mesothelioma of the Right Lung by Medical Media Images

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Medical Media Images has produced a new Image featuring Malignant Mesothelioma of the Lung based on HD Color Cat Scans. This Image features axial and sagittal cross-sectional views of both Lungs. A whole-body Reference Cat Scan illustrates the specific planes where the main images originate from. Even non-medical viewers can understand the orientation of the Images.
The pleural tumors are outlined in red and further delineated by red arrows. The normal Lung is shown in green, the abnormal one in red.

 
                                                          HD Color CT Scans showing a right Lung Malignant Mesothelioma

HD Color MRI of a Malignant Mesothelioma in the Pelvis

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Medical Media Images has created a new HD Color MRI Image demonstrating a pre-sacral Malignant Mesothelioma. The large tumor mass can be clearly seen in red, pointed out further by red arrows.
A whole body reference MRI on the left of the main Image provides the viewer with a clear orientation.
Another important aspect of this Image is to demonstrate that Malignant Mesotheliomas can occur in areas other than the more typical Lung locations.

 
                                                      HD Color MRI demonstrating a pre-sacral large Malignant Mesothelioma