Vimago HU™

Imaging Reimagined

Multi-Modality Masterpiece featuring

HDVI™ High-Definition Volumetric Imaging

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Since its inception, Vimago has had the highest spatial resolution and lowest noise of any 3D imaging modality.  Now, contrast resolution has been substantially improved to rival any conventional CT. In fact, Vimago is capable of producing calibrated (Hounsfield Units) HU as used by radiologists to quantitatively measure density.


View images in axial, sagittal, and coronal planes - because of this,  Vimago™ studies can be easier to read than regular radiographs.

  • Proven to be clinically superior to radiographs

  • Diagnostically superior or equivalent to conventional CT

  • Study setup in minutes (not including patient positioning and anesthesia time.)

  • Replaces Ultrasound in many cases

  • Replaces MRI in many cases

At no incremental cost to the practice...

*Hounsfield Unit calibration equivalent to conventional CT

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Anatomical Applications

With Vimago™, you can perform a vast array of applications - beyond any other imaging device. Vimago™ can easily become your primary imaging modality for:

  • Skulls — sinus, nasal, bulla, ears, brain, oncology, trauma 

  • Foreign Bodies — anywhere 

  • Thorax — lungs, heart, coughing patients, met checks 

  • Abdomen — liver, pancreas, kidneys, adrenals, GI, shunts, oncology 

  • Orthopedics — stifles, elbows, hips, carpus/tarsus, angular limb deformities, OCD, cartilage lesions, fractures 

  • Dentistry

  • Spine — cervical, thoracic, lumbar 

  • Angiography 

  • Diagnostic Fluoroscopy — coughing, swallow studies, UG studies, shunts, collapsing tracheas 

  • Interventional Fluoroscopy – biopsies, endoscopy guidance, stents, SUB. 



HDVI (High Definition Volumetric Imaging) is a new hybrid technology in CT (Computed Tomography)

that provides unprecedented diagnostic and interventional information for clinicians.

How is Epica's HDVI Technology Different than Conventional CT?

Conventional CT samples densities within a patient’s anatomy, providing axial sliced data, leaving gaps in the data in-between each slice. The data is reconstructed using interpolation, which works by using known data to estimate values at unknown points. After the data had been interpolated it is rendered in axial and coronal data sets. The resolution is different on each side. 

HDVI technology scans a solid volume of data at a time, resulting in gapless data, with no need for interpolation. HDVI delivers a 3D map of densities with spacial resolution that is the same in all three dimensions, with contrast equivalent to conventional CT. 


This volume of data can provide resolution as small as 0.09mm which is about the thickness of a human hair. Clinicians can see the data in any angle, thickness or orientation leading to superior diagnostic confidence.


This is why HDVI is the new standard for primary imaging.


Vimago™ HDVI Multi-Modality Masterpiece


High-resolution images, auto brightness/contrast and frame rates from 1-16 fps. Interventional imaging quality that exceeds     C-Arm systems selling for considerably more.


Any orientation of the patient may be viewed and the gantry can move over the patient during a study.

Latest Platform

Updates Include:

Road Mapping
Digital Subtraction Angiography
Burst Mode

Dose Reduction Technology

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Digital Radiography

Vimago's built-in Digital Radiography system can be used in a single shot or scanning mode to allow an entire patient to be scanned in a single radiograph. Images may be taken at any angle.


Patient sizes: Fits any patient from a mouse to a mastiff

(up to 50cm in patient thorax and table capacity of 450lbs)

HDVI Field of view: up to 32cm radius x 108cm length

HDVI Resolution: 0.6mm - 0.09mm in 3 dimensions with true isotropic voxels

Fluoroscopy: 1-16fps, high resolution with auto-brightness and 3-dimensional orientation adjustment
Scan Speed: 7-24 seconds for first 12cm, + 13-30 seconds for each additional 8cm

Study Set-up Time:~3min

Power Required: 220V

* Shielding requirements may vary from state to state.

Please check your state's regulations to ensure compliance. 

Latest Fluoroscopy update includes: 

Road Mapping
Digital Subtraction
Burst Mode

Radiation Reduction Technology



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