X-RAY IN MOTION

DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY

 

SEE MOTION RADIOLOGY LIKE NEVER BEFORE

 

The evolution of diagnostic imaging is Digital Motion X-ray (DMX) ®.

Digital Motion X-ray (DMX) allows you to observe real time movement like never before. This low-dose x-ray imaging technology enables visualization of anatomy in real time motion. The DMX acquires 30 sequential radiographs per second, allowing you to observe the anatomical structures for up to several minutes if required, as well as individual radiographic images. Digital Motion X-ray is a technology that is a unique fluoroscopic imaging system that uses two separate cameras to visualize the internal structures as well as the external structures using patented picture-in-picture technology.

SEE DMX IN MOTION

 

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DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY REVEALS SEVERE SPINAL INSTABILITY OF C1 LATERAL MASS SLIDING OF THE EDGE OF C2 AND THE INCREASE/DECREASE OF THE PARAODONTOID SPACES. THIS DEMONSTRATES THAT THERE WAS TEARING OF THE RIGHT AND LEFT ALAR AND ACCESSORY LIGAMENTS.

LATERAL NODDING PROJECTION

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DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY REVEALS SEVERE SPINAL INSTABILITY OF C1 SLIDING ANTERIOR ON C2 SHOWING AN INCREASE IN

THE ATLANTO-DENS INTERSPACE DEMONSTRATING TEARING OF THE TRANSVERSE LIGAMENT.

AP OPEN MOUTH PROJECTION (PRE-SURGERY)

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DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY REVEALS SEVERE SPINAL INSTABILITY OF C1 LATERAL MASS SLIDING OF THE EDGE OF C2 AND THE INCREASE/DECREASE OF THE PARAODONTOID SPACES. THIS DEMONSTRATES THAT THERE WAS TEARING OF

THE RIGHT AND LEFT ALAR AND ACCESSORY LIGAMENTS.

AP OPEN MOUTH PROJECTION (POST-SURGERY)

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DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY REVEALS A C1-C2 TRANSARTICULAR LAG SCREW FIXATION FUSION.

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DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY REVEALS SEVERE SPINAL INSTABILITY OF C1 LATERAL MASS SLIDING OF THE EDGE OF C2 AND THE INCREASE/DECREASE OF THE PARAODONTOID SPACES. THIS DEMONSTRATES THAT THERE WAS TEARING OF

THE RIGHT AND LEFT ALAR AND ACCESSORY LIGAMENTS.

RIGHT & LEFT OBLIQUE FLEXION/EXTENSION

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RIGHT OBLIQUE FLEXION/EXTENSION

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LEFT OBLIQUE FLEXION/EXTENSION

DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY REVEALS SEVERE SPINAL INSTABILITY OF THE RIGHT AND LEFT FACET JOINTS BY SHOWING INTERVERTEBRAL FORAMINAL ENCROACHMENT OF C3-C4 ON THE RIGHT AND C4-C5 BILATERALLY. FACET GAPPING IS ALSO NOTED ON

FLEXION AT C5-C6 AND C6-C7 BILATERALLY. THIS DEMONSTRATES TEARING OF THE CAPSULAR LIGAMENTS.

Cost Effective and High Performance Motion Imaging

 

Cutting-Edge Innovation

Makes All the Difference
 

ADVANTAGES OF DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY

Superior Image Quality

Instantaneous Image Display

 

Immediate Video Rendering

Fast Archiving

Outstanding Documentation

Digital Motion X-ray Imaging is Used to Assess Spine Stability and Joint Motion to Improve Medical Outcomes.

Standard X-ray, CT and MRI all show static views of the spine and anatomical structures. DMX can help assess spine stability by providing a detailed view of the full range of motion in real time. DMX allows you to visualize and pinpoint musculoskeletal injury, such as whiplash, as treatment follow-up and post-operative evaluation of movement. By showing patients their joint movement makes communication simpler and more effective.

Seeing is Believing!

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Discover New Possibilities
 

What can we image with Digital Motion X-Ray? Shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, ankles. DMX can also assist in the diagnosis of dysphagia and the presence of aspiration

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The Experts Speak

In the Media

In the Press

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Be Part of the Movement

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The Digital Motion X-Ray technology can help you diagnose your patient and build your injury practice, simply by having the right tools available to you.

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