Learning Center | Guided Mark-Up | Chiropractic

Guided Mark-Up is provided for certain radiographic views for which current practice has well defined measurements. 

 

The Guided Mark-Up process prompts the user to pick key points in the image from which these measures are computed.

 

To view the complete list of lumbar spine measurements supported by Metron, click here.

 

Note: The Guided Mark-Up process gives the practitioner a guide to pick certain key anatomy points in order to compute well-known measures. It is merely the presentation of simple picking instructions to the user so that these measures can be made in a standard way. The Guided Mark-Up process itself is objective – no judgments are made regarding what these values “should be” in a healthy, normal individual.

 

The training sessions below have been updated to reflect the features of Metron-MD 7.20!

Guided Mark-Up in Metron

Lateral Lumbar Spine

Metron supports Guided Mark-Up for ten different measurements of the lateral lumbar region including Jackson's Angle and Lumbar Lordosis. This training session will walk you through a bit of Metron history, the images and radiographs discussing the importance of the Metron measurements for the lumbar spine area. 

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Guided Mark-Up in Metron

Lateral Cervical Spine

Metron supports Guided Mark-Up to aid the practitioner in patient diagnosis of the cervical spine region. This training session will walk you through the images and radiographs discussing the importance of the Metron measurements for the cervical spine area.

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Guided Mark-Up in Metron 

Pelvis AP

Metron supports Guided Mark-Up to aid the practitioner in patient diagnosis of the pelvic region. This training session will walk you through the images and radiographs discussing the importance of the Metron measurements for the pelvic area including important measurements of the sacral base angle.

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Guided Mark-Up in Metron 

Spine AP

Metron supports Guided Mark-Up to aid the practitioner in patient diagnosis of the spine including lumbar, thoracic or cervical. This training session will discuss the importance of the Metron measurements depicting an ideal spine measurement compared to your patient. The Max Cobb Angle is just one choice in helping to diagnose scoliosis.

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