TraumaTech is pre-operative treatment planning software that allows you to plan complicated cases in 3D before the surgery. It is useful especially in traumatology and orthopedics. The input data for the planning can be either a CT scan, or two X-ray images.
In the CT planning mode, you can plan a case on 3D bone models created from the CT scan. 3D bone models can be cleaned from unnecessary parts, splitted into fragments and then moved into correct anatomical position. The application includes a database of implants (Medin a.s.) which you can place on the repositioned bone and plan precise locations of implants and identify the necessary fixation material.
X-ray planning is similar to the CT one, except the repositioned 3D model of the bone is created automatically by software from at least two X-ray images. The 3D shape as well as the correct anatomical position is estimated from manual annotation of individual bone fragments in both the X-ray images using statistical shape models trained on the real patients. Please note that the X-ray planning is still in its experimental phase and it is not recommended to use it in practice.
The software TraumaTech was created with financial support from TA CR under project TraumaTech - Use of modern techniques of image processing and computer aided planning in traumatology (TA04011606).