X-Ray that Moves

Dynamic Digital Radiography

See Radiology Like Never Before


The next generation of digital x-ray is here.

Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR) allows you to observe movement like never before. This novel low-dose x-ray imaging technique that enables visualization of anatomy in motion. The DDR can acquire up to 15 sequential radiographs per second, allowing you to observe physiological cycles, as well as individual radiographic images (up to 17"x 17" in size). X-Ray that Moves is NOT Fluoroscopy – it is in fact the X-Ray precursor to CT or MRI. Cineradiography is x-ray in motion that is derived using digital radiography

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    Intraobserver and Interobserver Variability in Diagnosing Scapholunate Dissociation by Cineradiography, The Journal of Hand Surgery, Volume 39, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 1050-1054.e3, ISSN 0363-5023, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhsa.2014.03.014

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    Brian Dormitorio, Yasunori Hattori, Kiminori Yukata, Sotetsu Sakamoto, Kazuteru Doi, The use of dynamic radiographs in trapezio-metacarpal joint arthrodesis for accurate range of motion evaluation, Journal of Orthopaedic Science, Volume 23, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 75-80, ISSN 0949-2658, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jos.2017.09.022.

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Application Possibilities are Limitless

What can we see with X-Ray that Moves? There are endless applications for this dynamic radiography — thoracic and orthopedic — chest, spine, shoulder, wrist, ankle, knee.

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