Neurosurgeons at InterMountain Neurosurgery use state-of-the-art imaging technology includin neuro-dedicated CT units, magnetic resonance angiography and imaging systems, ISO-CTM spine system for cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine surgeries and StealthStation® computer-guided surgery capabilities.
Before surgery, patients undergo diagnostic scans, such as CT or MRI. The images obtained are then loaded into the StealthStation® system where they are analyzed by advanced computer technology and translated into extremely precise 3-D images that the surgeon uses to map the least invasive and safest path to the target site. Once surgery begins, the StealthStation® system produces 3-D, real-time images of the procedure, allowing the surgeon to see behind areas that are hard to reach without disturbing the tissue around them.
StealthStation Surgical System
The StealthStation® surgical system at St. Anthony Central Hospital creates extremely precise 3-D...
Dr. Drewek of InterMountain Neurosurgery discusses spinal fusion for back pain with stealth...