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DMX Imaging Identifies Hidden Car Accident Injuries Missed by Traditional X-rays and MRIs

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DMX Images of Car Accident Whiplash Injuries

The Digital Motion X-Ray System captured these clear images of whiplash injuries of the neck (cervical spine). What you are about to see cannot be seen with any other diagnostic imaging tool, including traditional x-rays, CT scans or MRI scans. These featured images illustrate the major cervical (neck) ligaments that are commonly damaged in a whiplash injury.

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Anterior Longitudinal Ligament Injury

This is a DMX demonstration of a stretching (sub-failure) of an anterior longitudinal ligament. There is also a retrolisthesis of vertebra C5 on C6. That means vertebra C5 became displaced and moved backwards on C6.

 

 

Posterior Longitudinal Ligament Injury

This is a DMX demonstration of a stretching (sub-failure) of a posterior longitudinal ligament. There is also an anterolisthesis of vertebra C5 on C6. This means vertebra C5 became displaced and slipped forward on C6.

 

 

Capsular Ligament Injury

This is a DMX demonstration of a stretching (sub-failure) of a capsular ligament. There is facet gapping of vertebrae C6 and C7.

 

Interspinous Ligament Injury

This is a DMX demonstration of a stretching (sub-failure) of an interspinous ligament. There is an increased separation of the spinous processes at vertebrae C4-C5 and C5-C6.

 

Transverse Ligament Injury

This is a DMX demonstration of a stretching (sub-failure) of a transverse ligament. There is forward movement (anterior translation) of vertebra C1 on C2 creating an increase in the atlanto-dental interspace (ADI).

 

 

Alar Ligament Injury

This is a DMX demonstration of a stretching (sub-failure) of an alar ligament, showing an overhand of the lateral mass of C1 bilaterally.

 

 

Accessory Ligament Injury

This is a DMX demonstration of a stretching (sub-failure) of the accessory ligament. There are changes at the para-odontoid space bilaterally.

 

 

Schedule an Appointment for a Digital Motion X-Ray today!

For more information about our Digital Motion X-ray diagnostic service, call 703-777-1234 today or contact us online to talk to our director, Dr. Shandon Thompson, about your client’s injuries. DMX Imaging, LLC is the premier facility in Northern Virginia to provide this breakthrough technology.

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