Spine Centers Adopt Dynamic Digital Radiography to Facilitate Fast, Accurate Diagnosis
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Spine Centers Adopt Dynamic Digital Radiography to Facilitate Fast, Accurate Diagnosis

Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR) from Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. is rapidly gaining acceptance in spine centers across t he US due to its ability to capture the physiological motion of the cervical spine (C spine) and lumbar spine (L spine) as a patient moves through the full range of motion. More than 10 spine and orthopedic centers have implemented DDR on the KDR® Advanced U arm System in 2021. DDR first gained acceptance in hospitals as a tool for pulmonologists to assess and quantify lung function. As orthopedic and sports medicine specialist s gained exposure to the technology, DDR has been adopted in all type s of facilities, from academic centers to community hospitals and large and small orthopedic and spine practices . Konica Minolta will be highlighting DDR and its capabilities in dynamic spine imaging at the North American Spine Society 36 th Annual Meeting bein g held in Boston September 29 October 2.

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