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Attorneys should use colorized and/or enhanced diagnostic films when they have a case with a client who suffered serious injury. Colorizing and/or enhancing films makes it easier for attorneys to educate jurors on a plaintiff’s injuries, and how those injuries might impact other parts of the body.
Attorneys should also utilize colorized and/or enhanced diagnostic films when they have a client who has undergone a reconstruction surgery with hardware. By colorizing and/or enhancing films, you put a spotlight on previous or existing hardware inside the body.
The time it takes to colorize and/or enhance films can vary depending upon the size of the film and complexity of the injury/surgery. The typical turn around is 6 weeks, although expedited service may be available upon request.
Our Medical Illustrators use digital editing software to enhance and/or colorize your client’s converted DICOM films. TTS can provide 3-D volume rendering of DICOM films as well.
Medical Illustrators review relevant materials, including DICOM diagnostic films, operative and diagnostic reports, and photos of the client/injury, in order to familiarize themselves with the case and injuries.
Expert Illustrators then convert DICOM films (X-rays/MRIs/CTs) into digital images using Horos or OsiriX applications. Once images are converted, Illustrators use Adobe Software to outline the injuries/surgical hardware and apply colorization and/or enhancements.