Because your pet cannot tell us in words where he or she is uncomfortable or what ails him or her, modern diagnostic tests, combined with the physical exam, can help us pinpoint the cause of discomfort, illness, or injury and choose the right
course of treatment.
Digital Radiology - Digital radiography can yet not limited for assisting in gaining more clarity about a medical issue if a blood screen indicates a possible issue with the kidneys or liver. Chest scans can get to the root of the issue for animals with suspected lung or heart problems or those having difficulty breathing. Bone and joint imaging can evaluate spinal pain or lameness.
This technology produces high quality diagnostic images far more rapidly than traditional methods, as it eliminates the need for an x-ray processor for development of the film. Instead, images are available on a monitor within minutes with less radiation exposure for pets.
Ultrasound - An Ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure used to evaluate the internal organs.