Metron Collections makes it easy to display images side by side that are from different moments in time for the same patient, or for different patients. For example, if an animal breaks its leg, you could use the Metron Collection feature to compare the animal's injury from onset through the recovery process.
Metron has made it even easier to pick the appropriate points in the Vertebral Heart Score (VHS) Guided Mark-Up process. In Metron 8, VHS is also now exclusive to the thoracic region. Execute four easy Guided Mark-Up steps to complete the set of parameters required for diagnosis.
When you are taking a series of images for an exam, you like to take them in a particular order. Especially if you are on site, it is a process you follow to ensure every shot necessary is available when you are back in the office.
This process is great for Equine and Companion Animal.
This document details the process steps to connect two images together into one image from your study using Metron.