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Friday, April 4, 2014

Fractures shown on 3-D Color X-Rays!

Medical Media Images showcases how 3-D Color X-Ray Images can highlight Fractures in ways never seen before. Fractures can sometimes be difficult to visualize on ordinary Black and White X-Ray Images. Color 3-D X-Rays make fractures visible even to viewers who do not have experience with X-Rays.

Here are two examples of Fractures shown on 3-D Color X-Rays:

1. A Fracture of the Femur, Tibia, and Fibula. This type of Fracture results in a "floating knee" since the Knee is no longer attached to any other bone structure. This is typically a high-energy trauma injury. This image is available at our company website www.medicalmediaimages.com.


Leg Fracture (Femur, Tibia, Fibula) on 3-D Color X-Ray Image
"Floating Knee" Fractures


2. A Wrist Fracture of the Radius Bone. This type of Fracture involves the Wrist Joint. This 3-D Color X-Ray of a Wrist Fracture is available at our company website www.medicalmediaimages.com.


A Distal Radius Fracture (Wrist Fracture) on 3-D Color X-Ray
3-D Color X-Ray, Wrist Fracture
 
 
 
 
 
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