Radiographs- commonly known as x-rays, assist our veterinarians with diagnosing abnormalities in the skeletal, cardiovascular, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, reproductive, and urinary systems. We have the ability to take full body digital x-rays, and digital dental x-rays. Digital radiographs are better quality than standard film radiographs and are able to be sent via email to a specialist if needed.
Ultrasound- Ultrasound exams are performed for many reasons. In human medicine, most of us think about ultrasound exams during pregnancy. However, in veterinary medicine, ultrasound is a safe way to look inside the body, making it a useful tool for many other situations. Your veterinarian may have requested an ultrasound exam of your pet for one of the following reasons: