In orbital fractures, reliable diagnostics are needed to make a well-founded decision about whether to operate or not.
Great demands are put on the accuracy of the data, and on getting detailed information about the bony structures.
Orbital volume measurement methods today are cumbersome to use, and typically require manual correction of segmentation and anterior closing. (1)
Disior modelling technology takes the next step from visual assessment and manual measuring of the orbital volume and shape. The algorithms track the area of interest for you, and use pre-set reference points for consistent, automated measurements.
(1) Wagner et al.: Model-based segmentation in orbital volume measurement with cone beam computed tomography and evaluation against current concepts. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery. January 2016, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp 1–9.
Due to the regulatory requirements in individual markets, Disior Bonelogic CMF Orbital Software may not be available in all markets. A research version is available in countries where regulatory registration of Disior Bonelogic CMF Orbital Software is not obtained. If you have any questions about the availability of Disior products in your area, please contact Disior Sales at email@example.com.