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Advanced imaging - dedicated to the needs of veterinarians

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging understands that dogs, cats and horses are not people, and the needs of a veterinary clinic are not the same as a hospital for human patients.  We design, supply and support advanced imaging systems specifically engineered to meet the needs of veterinarians.

Hallmarq has forever changed the diagnosis of equine lameness by making MRI possible for the standing horse - without general anaesthesia.  Standing equine MRI is now in regular use in 23 countries across the world.

Hallmarq's high field 1.5T MRI for companion animals offers the specialty veterinarian low installation and running costs, dedicated RF coils to fit animal anatomy, a support package tailored to the needs of veterinary radiographers and technicians, and an affordable financial package.

In 2015 the company won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in both the Innovation and International Trade categories and the Institute of Physics Innovation award, recognising the international success of the company's technical and commercial innovations.

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Standing Equine MRI

EQ2 SystemMRI has become indispensible for diagnosis of equine lameness and performance issues located to the lower limbs.

Hallmarq manufactures the only standing equine MRI system, now installed at 86 locations worldwide.  Over 60,000 horses have been safely scanned standing under sedation, avoiding the costs and risks associated with general anaesthesia and recovery.

Hallmarq Equine MRI - Standing for Safety

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companion animal mri

The unique features of Hallmarq's PetVet 1.5T MRI system produce outstanding images in companion animal patients ranging from giant dog breeds to cats.

As an example, the specially designed RF coils of Hallmarq's PetVet 1.5T MRI fit the deep chest and long head anatomy that distinguishes veterinary patients from humans.  With no need for an RF shield or helium refills total cost of ownership is affordable for most referral hospitals.

Latest News

March 21 2016
Hallmarq signs agreement with VCA, North America’s biggest veterinary hospital network
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March 17 2016
Top new specialists and MRI scanner for South West based veterinary referral centre
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March 10 2016
Top US Veterinary Hospital chooses Hallmarq MRI for expansion of neurosurgery capability
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February 1 2016
Happy Birthday Hallmarq
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October 29 2015
Horsing around with some innovative physics
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October 28 2015
Hallmarq presented with IOP Innovation award
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September 25 2015
HRH The Princess Royal visits Hallmarq
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