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X-Ray, Digital X-Ray, CT and Other Radiography Systems Reviewed in New Report by Kalorama Information Published by MarketPublishers.com

10 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Radiography includes mammography, computed tomography (CT), traditional x-ray and digital x-ray. Among the factors driving these medical imaging markets one can name improvements in technology, consumer expectations for healthcare, decrease in reimbursement and defrayal of medical costs by insurances companies as well as the ageing of the population.

Digital systems replace the conventional film cassette with an electronic receptor and enable x-ray modalities to detect problem sites faster and with greater accuracy. These capabilities are fuelling hospitals’ transition from film-based systems to filmless environments. Still, there are practical limiters to digital technologies and areas where film-based systems will be of great use.

New research report “Medical Imaging Markets: X-Ray, Digital X-Ray, CT and Other Radiography Systems” elaborated by Kalorama Information presents an in-depth analysis of the present state and future potential of the global market for medical and dental x-ray systems. It includes various modalities that use x-rays to create images, such as fluoroscopy and CT. The market for medical and dental x-ray film is also reviewed. Furthermore, the study is enriched with profiles of several companies involved in marketing medical and dental x-ray equipment, and medical and dental x-ray film.

Markets examined in the report are as follows:

  • digital x-ray;
  • traditional x-ray;
  • dental x-ray;
  • film;
  • computed tomography (CT);
  • mammography;
  • fluoroscopy;
  • regional markets (US, Europe, Asia, ROW) for these segments.

Report Details:

Title: Medical Imaging Markets: X-Ray, Digital X-Ray, CT and Other Radiography Systems
Published: November, 2011
Pages: 150
Price: US$ 3,500

Report Contents:

X-Ray Analysis
Digital X-Ray Evolution
  Boosting Efficiency
Significant Uses
  Chest X-Rays
  Cardiovascular Disease
Market Analysis
  Traditional X-Ray
  Digital X-Ray

Early Diagnostic Tool
The Onset of Digitization
  3D X-Ray
Transition to Digital
  Focus and Risk Reduction
  Changes in Behavior
  The Private Practice and Its Needs
Computed Radiography
Digital Economics
Improved Throughput
Machine Vision Opportunities

Chest Imaging
  Multi-Drug Resistance

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Kalorama Information page.



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