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Reconstruction Accuracy Against Qualntify Segmental Vertebral derotation Achieved Using Various Screw-rod Constructs

Grant Recipient: Diana A Glaser, PhD

Co-Investigators: Peter O Newton, MD
Institution:
Children's Specialist Foundation, San Diego, CA
Presentations & Publications:
Presentations: a. IMAST 2011 – Podium: Validation of EOS 3D Reconstruction Accuracy Against CT; Glaser D., Doan J, Mukhin M., Newton P. b. SRS 2011 – Poster presentation: Validation of EOS 3D Reconstruction Accuracy Against CT; Glaser D., Doan J, Mukhin M., Newton P. c. POSNA 2012 – Podium: Validation of EOS 3D Reconstruction Accuracy Against CT; Glaser D., Doan J, Newton P. d. 39th Annual David H. Sutherland Pediatric Orthopedic Visiting Professorship, April 12-13, 2012: Validation of EOS 3D Reconstruction Accuracy Against CT; Glaser D., Doan J., Newton P. Publications: a. Comparison of 3-dimensional spinal reconstruction accuracy: biplanar radiographs with EOS versus computed tomography. Glaser DA, Doan J, Newton PO. Spine (Philadelphia, PA 1976). 2012 Jul 15;37(16):1391-7.
Further Funding:
a. EOS Imaging i. 8/8/2013 – 6/1/2014; PI: Peter Newton and Diana Glaser: “Influence of 3D Reconstructions on Surgical Decision Making” ii. 9/1/2013 – 12/31/2014; PI: Peter Newton: “Evaluating the Usefulness of Micro Dose EOS Radiographs” b. Growing Spine Foundation (8/1/2013 – 6/1/2014) PI: Burt Yaszay and Diana Glaser: “Analyzing early onset scoliosis in 3D: How does growing rod surgery affect the three planes of deformity?” c. Department of Surgery, Rady Children’s Hospital (1/1/2014 – 12/31/2014) PI: Peter Newton: “Generation of a Patient Specific Model of the Normal Sagittal Alignment of the Spine”
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