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Orthopedic imaging and diagnostic procedures are critical in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. Orthopedic specialists use a number of imaging techniques to see the bones, joints, muscles, and soft tissues, allowing them to accurately assess anatomical structures, identify problems, and determine appropriate treatment procedures. X-rays are a common imaging tool that provides detailed images of bone structures and can be used to diagnose fractures, dislocations, and deformities. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides high-resolution images of soft tissues such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage, which aids in the diagnosis of injuries such as ligament rips, tendonitis, and cartilage damage. Computed Tomography (CT) scans produce comprehensive cross-sectional images of bone structures and are especially valuable for diagnosing complex fractures, spinal disorders, and bone cancers. Ultrasonography is another useful imaging modality that allows for real-time visualization of soft tissues. It is often used to diagnose tendon and muscle injuries, as well as to guide some orthopedic treatments like injections. Furthermore, new imaging techniques like as 3D reconstruction and fluoroscopy are used to improve surgical planning and intraoperative guiding. Using a combination of imaging modalities and diagnostic methods, orthopedic specialists can accurately diagnose musculoskeletal conditions, tailor treatment plans to individual patient needs, and track treatment progress, resulting in better patient outcomes and care quality.


  • Musculoskeletal Radiology
  • Radiography in Orthopedics
  • Arthrography and Joint Injections
  • Fluoroscopy in Orthopedics
  • Orthopedic Ultrasonography
  • Digital Imaging and 3D Reconstruction
  • Interventional Radiology in Orthopedics
  • Diagnostic Challenges in Orthopedic Imaging
  • Emerging Technologies in Diagnostic Imaging
  • Pediatric Radiology
  • Nuclear Radiology
  • Ultrasound, CAT scans, MRI