Radiography is a valuable non-invasive, painless, and safe diagnostic tool. A radiograph, sometimes referred to as an xray, is a type of photograph that is used to look inside the body. These pictures are used to evaluate the organs in the body, as well as bones.
We have invested in a digital xray which allows us to provide superior diagnostic details, allowing us to improve the quality of the image. Radiographs are an important tool that helps us make a correct diagnosis for your pet.
Veterinary diagnostic imaging is used to discover internal disease or injury. [Hospital Name] employs advanced imaging technologies, guaranteeing the highest quality of care for our patients.
Radiographs, or X-rays, use electromagnetic radiation directed towards the body to highlight objects within. They can detect abnormalities including skeletal fractures, soft tissue damage, foreign bodies and dental disease.
- Computed Tomography (CT)
- Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI)
Orthopedic radiographs and contrast studies require the patient remain completely still to work correctly, necessitating sedation in most cases. Some specialized procedures may require anesthesia. The duration of sedation or anesthesia is usually short and patient recovery is swift. A board-certified anesthesiologist oversees all procedures.
To schedule a radiology consultation or appointment for your pet, call us at (517) 223-8812.