Imaging and Mammography Market Analysis | United States | 2011-2017 | MedCore
The breast imaging market includes analog, computed and digital radiography mammography, breast ultrasound, breast-specific gamma imaging, positron emission mammography and breast MRI coils. This market was significantly affected by the economic downturn and reimbursement cuts, but is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7%. The digital radiography mammography segment makes up over half of the breast imaging market value. These systems allow healthcare facilities to perform faster scans and store the images digitally for easy sharing between physicians or other facilities. The breast-specific gamma imaging and the positron emission mammography segments will experience rapid growth as both systems will experience greater acceptance.
- Year: 2011
- Scope: 2007-2017
- Region: United States
- Published Date: 11/1/2012
- Pages: 97
- Type: MedCore
Breast imaging is essential for the detection of potentially cancerous abnormalities in the breast. While mammography has been invaluable for cancer screening, improving the technology of breast imaging has been the focus of many companies for a number of years. Different imaging modalities are now being used as supplementary tools to mammography,
improving the options available for hard-to-diagnose patients.
Scope: This report pertains to a forecast period of 10 years (2007 2017) for the U.S.
Identified Strategic Opportunities
Market Drivers & Limiters
Mergers & Acquisitions
Customer Feedback and Market Monitoring
Breast-Specific Gamma Imaging
Positron Emission Mammography
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