Providing required X-ray and MRI examinations.
The conventional x-ray diagnostics is still the most popular method. It does not create slice images but projections in which the screened structures overlap.
We carry out a computer-aided comparison with a large normal control group (Tanner-Whitehouse method; TW3) using an X-ray of the left hand to determine the age of a skeleton and the expected final body length.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a diagnostical procedure in which by means of magnetic fields, slice images of a specific region of body are produced.