The trauma surgeon treating Fred after his accident said he needed surgery. Fred was worried. He had made it 63 years without ever having a surgery. Fred was not ready to retire, he was still supporting his family and concerned surgery would keep him from returning to work. Fred’s surgeon wanted to ensure the best approach to help Fred meet his goals.
Our technology integrates 10 years of research from the University of Michigan Medical School to reveal objective and granular internal measurement of the body that could be used to personalize treatment. Analytic Morphomics has the power to help a clinician solve the challenge of preparing for complex surgical procedures by providing detailed, reproducible, and reliable insight into the patient’s anatomy. Clinicians can use these insights — drawn from measures from 100,000 CT scans — as complements to their expertise as they seek precise and stable fit of devices. < Read our published work here > on transsacral screw placement.