Worldwide MRI, ultrasound revenues advance
Article Thumbnail ImageMarch 2, 2012 -- Worldwide revenues for MRI and ultrasound systems increased by 6% and 4%, respectively, between 2010 and 2011, according to a new study from market research firm Kalorama Information.
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The report credited the combined use of MRI and ultrasound in imaging applications such as rotator cuff tears as one reason for increased utilization of the modalities.

Another area where a combination of modalities is used, according to Kalorama, is in breast cancer. A second-look ultrasound of the breast, used in conjunction with MRI, allows radiologists to identify lesions not detected with conventional mammography and first-look ultrasound.