Dynamic Motion X-ray

Dynamic Motion X-Ray (DMX) Imaging Visualises Spinal Movement

“The Digital Motion X-Ray (DMX) imaging at the American private spinal surgery company ‘NeuroSpine Institute‘ is being used to identify injuries from a car accident or disc injury often missed by traditional X-rays and MRIs. The doctor can access diagnostic information in minutes instead of hours or days.”

N.B. C2/3 and L sidebending /rotation restriction? Also, interesting to see the stability of the C1/2 segment during movement in the intra-oral section, and how the upper cervical segments do most of the work of rotation, as expected.

….I bet they don’t have one at the local hospital though 🙁



Neuro Spine Institute

x-ray image of body in motion

X-ray Body In Motion

Just a great video 🙂

From the web-page:

“A visual study/exploration of the body in motion with a focus on yoga poses. Our goal for this piece was to create a realistic representation of radiological (x-ray) imaging.

Instead of just creating a still image, however, we wanted to combine the beautiful moves of yoga with this new visual approach to bring the full human skeleton to life.

Technical challenges included aspects such as achieving proper bone densities and representing actual bone marrow inside each individual bone.



Video an Original By Hybrid Medical Animations (Creative Commons License)