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Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography (WBCT) in the Foot and Ankle

A Scientific, Technical and Clinical Guide

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Autore: Richter,Lintz, de Cesar Netto, Barg, Burssens, Ellis,
Editore: Springer
Anno: 2020
Pagine: 313
ISBN: 9783030319489
Prezzo: 110,00€
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This scientific, technical and clinical guide to Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography (WBCT), written by the board of the International WBCT Society, presents all of the relevant content to date on the development, implementation, interpretation and clinical application of WBCT for the foot and ankle. 
Part One describes the history of the development of, and need for, WBCT as an imaging option and a scientific overview of the procedure. Part Two is an exhaustive scientific background, comprised of 16 landmark studies, describing its advantages for selected foot and ankle injuries and deformities (both congenital and acquired). With this science as context, Part Three includes chapters on the technical aspects and necessary background for WBCT, introduces the different devices, and provides insight into the actual measurement possibilities, including the initial software solutions for automatic measurements. Current clinical applications via case material are illustrated in atlas-like fashion in the next chapter, and a final chapter on future developments explores further applications of WBCT, such as dynamic scans and measurements or hologram-like visualization.
The first book publication of its kind on this exciting and developing imaging modality, Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography (WBCT) in the Foot and Ankle will be an excellent resource for orthopedic and foot and ankle surgeons, radiologists, and allied medical professionals working in this clinical area.

  • Background of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    Pages 3-8

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  • Scientific Overview of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    Pages 9-24

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  • Weight Bearing CT Allows for More Accurate Bone Position (Angle) Measurement than Radiographs or CT

    Pages 27-39

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  • Combination of Weight Bearing CT (WBCT) with Pedography Shows No Statistical Correlation of Bone Position with Force/Pressure Distribution

    Pages 41-53

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  • Combination of Weight Bearing CT (WBCT) with Pedography Shows Relationship Between Anatomy-Based Foot Center (FC) and Force/Pressure-Based Center of Gravity (COG)

    Pages 55-66

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  • A New Concept of 3D Biometrics for Hindfoot Alignment Using Weight Bearing CT

    Pages 67-75

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  • 3D Biometrics for Hindfoot Alignment Using Weight Bearing Computed Tomography: A Prospective Assessment of 249 Feet

    Pages 77-86

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  • Relationship Between Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability and Hindfoot Varus Using Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography: A Retrospective Study

    Pages 87-96

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  • Normal Hindfoot Alignment Assessed by Weight Bearing CT: Presence of a Constitutional Valgus?

    Pages 97-106

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  • Reliability and Correlation Analysis of Computed Methods to Convert Conventional 2D Radiological Hindfoot Measurements to 3D Equivalents Using Weight Bearing CT

    Pages 107-120

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  • The Hind- and Midfoot Alignment Analyzed After a Medializing Calcaneal Osteotomy Using a 3D Weight Bearing CT

    Pages 121-133

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  • Is Load Application Necessary when Using Computed Tomography Scans to Diagnose Syndesmotic Injuries? A Cadaver Study

    Pages 135-149

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  • Use of Weight Bearing Computed Tomography in Subtalar Joint Instability: A Cadaver Study

    Pages 151-166

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  • Is Torque Application Necessary When Using Computed Tomography Scans to Diagnose Syndesmotic Injuries? A Cadaver Study

    Pages 167-180

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  • Flexible Adult-Acquired Flatfoot Deformity: Comparison Between Weight Bearing and Non-weight Bearing Measurements Using Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    Pages 181-198

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  • Hindfoot Alignment of Adult-Acquired Flatfoot Deformity: A Comparison of Clinical Assessment and Weight Bearing Cone Beam CT Examinations

    Pages 199-211

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  • Influence of Investigator Experience on Reliability of Adult-Acquired Flatfoot Deformity Measurements Using Weight Bearing Computed Tomography

    Pages 213-227

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  • Results of More Than 11,000 Scans with Weight Bearing CT: Impact on Costs, Radiation Exposure, and Procedure Time

    Pages 229-238

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  • Technology of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    Pages 241-247

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  • Weight Bearing Computed Tomography Devices

    Pages 249-254

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  • Measurements in Weight Bearing Computed Tomography

    Pages 255-263

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  • Clinical Examples of Weight Bearing Computed Tomography

    Pages 265-303

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  • Future Developments in Weight Bearing Computed Tomography

    Pages 305-306

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