Analyze Your Image

Drop unilateral hand x-rays here or click to find one on your device. Please ensure the fingers are pointing upwards and the hand is not rotated.

If on a mobile device you can take a picture with your camera, however, please note that artifacts like glare and reflection can effect the accuracy of results. Screen captures from soure DICOM files are recommended.

(Selected files will be uploaded. Do not upload patient information. This application is strictly for demonstration purposes and should not be used for clinical decision making.)

The training set used contained 12,612 images from two U.S. hospitals. Training set had a maximum age of 228 months (19 years), mininimum age of 1 month, mean age of 127 months (10 years 7 months) and a standard deviation of 42 months (3 years 6 months). See more details here.

[1] Cree M. Gaskin, MD MBA S. Lowell Kahn, J. Christoper Bertozzi, Paul M. Bunch. Skeletal Development of the Hand and Wrist: A Radiographic Atlas and Digital Bone Age Companion. Oxford University Press, Feb 1, 2011. (Adapted from Greulich WW, Pyle SI. Radiographic atlas of skeletal development of the hand and wrist. 2nd ed. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1959.)