EOS and 3D Modeling
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Nigel J. Price, MD
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Early onset scoliosis (EOS) is a complex and heterogeneous group of disorders in children under 5 years of age.
It involves a spectrum of conditions from infantile resolving scoliosis to more severe deformity that is less likely to resolve without aggressive treatment.
EOS imaging technology captures whole-body images of a standing patient in a single scan.
Frontal and lateral digital images can be obtained simultaneously and converted to a personalized 3D bone modeling of the patient in a weight-bearing position with automatic calculation of clinical parameters.
The result is a customized model of each patient to ensure tailored treatment throughout the care continuum.
Nigel J. Price, MD is here to explain what EOS is, what are the benefits, and how has it changed your pediatric orthopedic management.
Smith, Michael and Price, Nigel, "EOS and 3D Modeling" (2016). Transformational Pediatrics Podcast. 41.