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Diagnosing Ligamentous Injuries in the Cervical Spine

Digital Motion X-ray (DMX) is a digitized, high quality fluoroscopic imaging system that provides information regarding ligamentous injury in the cervical spine. Using very low radiation, DMX produces high resolution dynamic motion images in which the cortical margins become strikingly clear. The result is that DMX provides information about ligamentous instability that cannot be reliably obtained with static (non-motion) images, such as MRI, CT, and plain X-rays. In contrast to conventional C-arm motion studies, DMX provides clear images through the entire range of motion. Hence, the DMX represents a major improvement over existing technology in assessing C-spine trauma.


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