Dynamic Digital Radiology (DDR) an enhanced X-ray technology that provides a series of individual digital images acquired at high speed and low dose. The resulting cine loop enables clinicians to observe the dynamic motion of anatomical structures over time, enhancing diagnostic capabilities. The motion series can be analyzed and quantified with the DDR advanced image processing capability. DDR is a promising platform for AI (Artificial Intelligence) applications. DDR is not fluoroscopy; DDR is X-ray that Moves!
Why Consider DDR
DDR is the only imaging study that provides a view of anatomy in motion, with a large field of view and low radiation dose.
• Most advanced medical imaging technologies like CT and MRI provide superb spatial resolution but not movement
• Ultrasound has a limited range and fluoroscopy does not provide enough resolution to evaluate soft tissue without contrast
• Images can be acquired with the patient in a natural upright position which is not possible with CT or MR