How Does It Work?

3D Imaging is a technique that uses advanced computer technology to take cross-sectional 2D scan images, such as from CT and MR, and converts those images into 3D models.  The 3D images offer more precise anatomical visualization for improved diagnosis and treatment planning.  By providing more accurate quantitative measures, 3D imaging helps clinicians to better plan and assess treatment options.


Utilizing the Radia 3D lab can enable hospitals to supplement or eliminate their costly 3D programs, leading to significant savings in equipment and staff while improving operational efficiency and increasing productivity for technologists and radiologists procedures such as CT angiography (CTA) and MR angiography (MRA).  The Radia 3D lab helps our partners become more competitive in their regions by offering state-of-the-art 3D protocols and cutting edge technology that can be marketed to referring physicians and patients to help grow their practices.