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CHKD Adds 3-D EOS Imaging

Author: Caroline Campbell
Published Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2017

A new imaging technology at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters substantially reduces the amount of radiation received during a single imaging procedure.

The EOS imaging system provides detailed, high-quality skeletal images and has the unique ability to provide a three-dimensional, full-body image of a patient in a natural standing position with a single scan.

EOS imaging is primarily used to assess patients with spine, hip and leg disorders, such as scoliosis and leg-length discrepancies.

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About Caroline Campbell

Prior to joining CHKD as a physician liaison, Campbell worked for four years as an exercise physiologist and business development manager for NovaCare Rehabilitation and was responsible for outpatient physical therapy facilities in Delaware, Maryland, Southeast Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C. She has a Bachelors of Science degree in exercise science from the University of Delaware, with a concentration in kinesiology and applied physiology and a minor in Spanish.