Diagnosing Scoliosis with EOS X-Ray Imaging

The new EOS X-ray system uses significantly lower radiation in the diagnosis of scoliosis. Patients stand or sit inside the imaging system while it takes spine x-rays along two planes – looking from the back to front and from the side, simultaneously. John Lubicky, MD, explains how WVU Medicine physicians are able to get all of the high-quality 3-D images they need without adult and pediatric patients having to undergo a CT scan.

About the Presenter

John Lubicky, MD
Professor, WVU Department of Orthopaedics

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