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Radiographs, or x-ray studies, use x-rays to create an image of the body. This is the most frequently used form of veterinary imaging. Images are produced by passing x-ray energy through the body. The energy that reaches the other side is detected by a plate and converted into an electronic signal. This information is sent to a computer to create a visible image. Digital radiography does not use film, so it is faster to obtain the images and also makes it easy to share images with other veterinarians. Radiographs are used to diagnose disease in the chest, abdomen, and musculoskeletal system. Contrast studies of the gastrointestinal and urinary tract may also be performed.

Diagnostic Imaging

Our hospital has state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging equipment to give our team the tools needed to discover the source of your pet's illness as quickly and effectively as possible.

We have on-site digital x-ray (pictured) which allows us to take images that our doctor on shift can review immediately, and even submit for interpretation by a board-certified radiologist if something suspicious is noted.

Our facility is also equipped with an ultrasound unit that enables our team to image your pet's internal organs in great detail, giving us the ability to make well-informed decisions about how to treat as well as allowing us to give our clients the clearest possible idea of what may be going on with their pet. 

Our Diagnostic Imaging Services

Abdominal Ultrasonography-Abdominocentesis and Cystocentesis
Blood Chemistry Analyzer
Clinical Pathology
Coagulation Analyzer

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