The following report is a summary of the major procedural codes that were investigated and analyzed for consideration in the generation of procedural and market estimates and forecasts in this report. The number of procedures reported in this report is built from a bottom-up technique by investigating the number procedural claims at an outpatient and inpatient level. Procedural claims for a total of 568 CPT codes and 101 ICD-9-CM vol.3 codes were investigated and considered as part of this analysis.
In 2019, the U.S. cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) market size was valued at $336 million, with the medium FOV CBCT market showing the highest growth. The total U.S. market size is expected to grow over the forecast period to reach $405 million in 2025. Prior to CBCT technology, medical computed tomography (CT) scanners were
The U.S. ultrasound equipment imaging market includes cardiology, radiology, obstetrics and gynecology, breast, urology, surgery, vascular, ophthalmic and point of care (POC) ultrasound systems.The U.S. ultrasound equipment imaging market report include in-depth ultrasound procedures that are segmented into 6 categories. Each procedure category are further broken by location, field and category.
In 2009, the U.S. market for magnetic resonance (MRI), computed tomography (CT) and nuclear medicine was valued at over $5.1 billion. This market also includes contrast agents and injectors. The market declined in 2009 due to the deficit reduction act, which limited reimbursement for some imaging modalities, and the global economic recession of 2008 to 2009; however, the market is expected to recover by 2016.
In 2009, the U.S. market for X-ray, mammography and contrast agents was valued at over $5 billion. The medical imaging equipment market includes X-rays, mammography as well as contrast agents and injectors. The market declined in 2009 due to the deficit reduction act, which limited reimbursement for some imaging modalities. In addition, the global economic recession of 2008 to 2009 negatively impacted the market; however, the market is expected to recover beginning in 2010.
The U.S. market for ultrasound imaging equipment includes: cardiology, radiology, obstetrics and gynecology, breast, urology, vascular, ophthalmic, emergency medicine,
musculoskeletal, trans-cranial and handheld ultrasound systems. Handheld ultrasounds are a sub-segment of all other systems and are not included in any market totals.