Radiography is an extremely useful diagnostic tool in the veterinary clinic.
X-rays may be used on a vomiting pet to check for a potential foreign body, to check for broken bones after a traumatic event, or to check the lungs and heart of a pet who is coughing or having a hard time breathing.
Our state of the art digital radiography equipment allows us to quickly obtain more information about your pet's health from right here in the clinic!
We may use ultrasound in a clinical setting for simple and routine tasks such as to guide us in safely collecting a sterile urine sample, or during emergencies to rule out internal bleeding or other fluid collections.
Abdominal ultrasounds have become an indispensable tool to have in teh veterinary clinic to aid in the diagnosis of various diseases.
Ultrasonography is also a reliable method to confirm pregnancy in dogs and cats, and to monitor the normal fetal development.