Dynamic radiostereometry

Dynamic Radiostereometric analysis builds on the technology of static radiostereometry, which has been used in clinical research since the 1970’s.

Radiostereometry uses two simultaneous x-ray recordings, and allows for high precision three-dimensional measurement of bones and implants.  With recent developments and digitalization, dynamic radiostereometric analysis can record bone, joint, and implant kinematics during movement.

A unique combination of high framerate, resolution, and precision makes dynamic radiostereometric analysis the perfect tool for measurements of dynamic bone and implant movements in orthopaedic patients.