Report Description

Forecast Period


Market Size (2022)

USD 68.94 million

CAGR (2023-2028)


Fastest Growing Segment

Open MRI Systems Segment

Largest Market

Abu Dhabi

Market Overview

UAE Magnetic Resonance Imaging Market has valued at USD 68.94 million in 2022 and is anticipated to witness an impressive growth in the forecast period with a CAGR of 6.71% through 2028. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique that uses powerful magnets, radio waves, and a computer to generate detailed images of the internal structures of the body. Unlike X-rays or CT scans, which use ionizing radiation, MRI relies on the magnetic properties of atoms within the body. The human body is composed of atoms, primarily hydrogen atoms. When placed in a strong magnetic field (generated by the MRI machine), these hydrogen atoms align themselves. Radiofrequency pulses are then applied, temporarily disrupting this alignment. When the radiofrequency pulse is turned off, the hydrogen atoms return to their original alignment, releasing energy in the form of radiofrequency signals. The characteristics of these signals provide information about the local environment of the atoms. By manipulating the magnetic field and radiofrequency pulses in a controlled manner, MRI can selectively excite specific tissue types and spatially localize the signals. This process allows the creation of detailed cross-sectional images of the body.

As the population ages, there is an increased likelihood of age-related health issues, including neurological disorders and musculoskeletal conditions. The aging demographic contributes to a higher demand for diagnostic imaging, with MRI being a key modality for such conditions. Ongoing advancements in MRI technology, such as higher field strengths, improved image resolution, and faster scanning times, act as drivers for market growth. Healthcare providers may be motivated to upgrade their systems to offer state-of-the-art diagnostic services. The versatility of MRI in various clinical applications, including brain imaging, cardiovascular studies, and musculoskeletal assessments, makes it a valuable tool for heal