In today’s medical world, almost everyone talks about the most recent “scan” that they had at the hospital. These scanning devices make detailed pictures of internal body structures that cannot otherwise be seen without performing surgery. CaT scans (computed tomography) use X-rays, MRI scans (magnetic resonance imaging) use a magnetic field and radio waves, ultrasound tests use sonic waves, and bone scans use radioactive markers to image and mark areas of interest in the patient.
North America led the overall digital pathology market, closely followed by Europe. The two regions accounted for about 79% of total revenue in 2013. However, their collective share will be reduced to 2/3 rd of the total revenue generated in 2020, largely due to the growing dominance of Asia Pacific region.