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Hallmarq and Vet-CT offer MRI course for referring vets

The course is suitable for vets who refer horses for advanced imaging.

Lectures will cover equine anatomy as relevant to clinical diagnostic imaging, the application of conventional and advanced imaging modalities to different cases, and an understanding of the principles and limitations of advanced imaging modalities. Case based lectures will highlight the practical use of diagnostic imaging in specific clinical scenarios.  Instruction by Rachel Murray, MA VetMB MS PhD MRCVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Surgeons, Associate European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, RCVS Specialist in Equine Orthopaedics and Marianna Biggi, DVM, DipECVDI-LA, MRCVS, European Veterinary Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging.  Further details and registration here

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“We began using our Hallmarq PetVet MRI in April of 2016. Prior to that time we had been using a .2 Tesla Vet-MRI. Study times tended to be long and our neurologist and surgeons were hesitant to have MRI studies done because of the time. We were averaging about $15,000 in MRI studies in the months leading up to the installation of the Hallmarq PetVet. The average MRI revenue for the first three months of using the PetVet was about $35,000 per month. For the past few months, we have been doing $50,000-60,000 in MRI revenue. Our neurologist and surgeons are very pleased with the images that they have been getting.”

William Hoefle, Owner Partner
Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center