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MRI Systems Market Size, Trends, Global Growth, Insights and Forecast Research Report 2026

MRI Systems MarketThe rising demand from musculoskeletal application segment is prognosticated to help the global magnetic resonance imaging equipment market rise at a positive pace, finds Fortune Business Insights in their new study. The study is titled, “Magnetic Resonance Imaging Equipment Market: Global Market Analysis, Insights and Forecasts, 2018 – 2025.” According to the study, the global magnetic resonance imaging equipment market, which stood at US$ 7,165.6 Mn in 2017, will reach US$ 11,725.9 Mn by the end of 2025. If these figures prove true, the global magnetic resonance imaging equipment market will rise at a CAGR of 6.4% between 2018 and 2025.

The musculoskeletal segment is anticipated to rise at a faster rate among other categories based on application. This is due to the recently proven clinical efficacy of MRI systems in detailed bone imaging cases. Again, the neurology segment, out of various applications will register a higher CAGR because of the expansion of neuroscience in developed nations and its application in medical therapies and testing devices. On the other hand, the hospital segment is likely to generate more revenue over the next few years, because of the significant rise in funding by governments.

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Using magnetic resonance imaging technique is considered as an effective way of diagnosing disorders of the central nervous system, spine lesions, tumors, and the stroke affected areas of blood vessels and brain. The demand for this system is increasing with the rising geriatric population and their susceptibility to various diseases. Also the rising demand for minimally invasive or non-invasive diagnostic procedures will boost the uptake of magnetic resonance imaging machines. With recent advancements in scanning techniques such as superconducting magnets, MRI systems, and software grades, the demand for magnetic resonance imaging machines is also increasing. Such factors will bode well for the market during the forecast tenure.

Nowadays, manufacturers are installing advanced techniques in MRI machines where such machines will be compatible with cardiac pacemakers for better reading for the physicians. Such innovation is likely to boost the market in the coming years. Increasing awareness about serious disorders and their immediate actions and early diagnosis will help the market to grow remarkably in the coming years.

However, the market may face rough waters considering the high cost of MRI machines and inadequate reimbursement policies issued by various governments. Furthermore, the unavailability of such advanced medical services in under developed nations may act as a restrain for the global magnetic resonance imaging equipment market.

Nevertheless, new entrants of vendors into the market and the scope of benefits from these emerging market may bring better growth opportunities for the market during the forecast period.

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Arthur Siegrist

By Arthur Siegrist

Arthur has nearly a decade of media experience. Before joining FBI Market News, he ran content operations of several local news journals. He also vast experience stock market, corporate communications, public relations, and digital marketing. Arthur holds a commerce degree from the University of Oakland and a post-graduate degree in English from NYU.