Radiographs & Ultrasounds
Radiographs allow us to visualize the internal structures of your animals body. It can help us identify anything from a broken or fractured bone, to a foreign object your pet may have ingested. Visualization of vital organs can help us determine if any enlargement is present, or if there are masses or fluid buildup within the abdomen and chest cavities.
Ultrasounds are a non-invasive, pain-free tool for the diagnosis and staging of many diseases. Ultrasound is the best way for veterinarians to evaluate fluid filled areas and soft tissue organs. This imaging allows us to visualize the internal architecture of many internal organs and can help identify any abnormal masses and even heart problems.