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Digital motion x-ray

Digital motion x-ray (DMX) is a new type of fluoro-based x-ray system, coupled with new digital and optic technology, allowing clinicians to view the spine and extremity articulations in real-time motion at 30 exposures per second. The procedure is performed with the patient standing and actively moving in a weight-bearing position within the system. DMX allows clinicians to evaluate all 22 major ligaments of the cervical spine with up to 2,700 x-ray images.

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