Radiology 2D

mediCAD® Radiology is a module of mediCAD® Web

Mit mediCAD® bridges the gap between radiology and orthopedics. With dedicated measurements especially for the radiologist, the module supports a professional initial diagnosis. mediCAD® Radiology is the optimal interface. Dedicated measurements especially for the radiologist support professional initial reporting.

Available measurements:

Hip
Acetabular Index
Acetabular index:
by defining the Hilgenreiner line and the acetabular roof, the dysplasia angle on both sides of the body is determined in one step.
Acetabular Index Ombredanne
Acetabular index (Ombredanne):
in addition to the Hilgenreiner line, the line according to Ombredanne can be measured to get more information about the pathological situation.
Beckenkippung
Pelvic tilt:
with only two clicks the offset of the acetabulum is displayed on both sides.
Coxometrie
Coxometry: (New)
enables the assessment of hip joints based on clinically relevant values.
Vordere Hueftkopfabdeckung
Front femoral head cover: (New)
the anterior femoral head cover is part of the coxometric measurements and is measured on the false profile (medial-lateral) X-ray image.

Long Leg (Osteotomy)
Goniometrie
Goniometry:
determines the angle between the anatomical femoral and tibial shaft axis and thus allows an assessment of possible malpositions of the whole leg.
HKA Angle
HKS-HKA angle: (New)
determines the angle between hip joint center and knee center (Hip-Knee-Shaft, HKS), as well as the angle between hip joint center, knee center and talus center (Hip-Knee-Ankle, HKA) and thus allows an assessment of possible malpositions of the whole leg.

Spine
Scoliosis
Scoliosis:
By determining a vertebral top plate and a vertebral base plate, the Cobb angle is determined with only four clicks. Scoliosis measurements are now possible multiple times.
Sagittal Balance
Sagittale Balance: (New)
allows the determination of the sagittal parameters Pelvic Incidence (PI), Sacral Slope (SS) and Pelvic Tilt (PT) to assess the deformity of the spine.

Foot
Hallux Valgus
Hallux Valgus: (New)
allows the determination of the hallux valgus angle to evaluate the preoperative situation.
Dijan angle
Dijan angle:
To evaluate positional anomalies at the hindfoot, the Dijan angle can be determined.
Meary
Meary: (New)
The Meary measurement can be carried out to assess positional anomalies on the rear foot.