Texture feature extraction is a fundamental part of texture image analysis. Therefore, the reduction of its computational time and storage requirements should be an aim of continuous research. The Spatial Grey Level Dependence Method (SGLDM) is one of the most important statistical texture description methods, especially in medical image analysis. Co-occurrence matrices are employed for the implementation of this method; however, they are inefficient in terms of computational time and memory space, due to their dependency on the number of gray levels (gray-level range) in the entire image. Since texture is usually measured in a small image region, a large amount of memory is wasted while the computational time of the texture feature extraction operations is unnecessarily raised. Their inefficiency puts up barriers to the wider utilization of SGLDM in a real application environment, such as a clinical environment. In this paper, the memory space and time efficiency of a dynamic approach to texture feature extraction in SGLDM is investigated through a pilot application in the analysis of magnetic resonance (MR) and computed tomography (CT) images.