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Patient X-ray


An Ultrasound scan is a non-invasive exam which allows the vet to evaluate internal body organs, their shape and structure. It can detect the presence of abnormal fluids, tumours, organ trauma, or organ malfunction. An ultrasound scan does not generally require general anaesthesia or sedation, making it a safe and quick test to identify these severe medical conditions, help determine the next steps, and give your pet a better chance.

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X-Ray (or radiography) is a diagnostic procedure which allows detection of pathology of the skeletal system as well as for detecting some disease processes in soft tissue. Your pet may or may not require sedation for an x-ray; this depends on the area being x-rayed, and whether your pet is able to lay still.



Common example are:

Chest X-ray: can be used to identify heart or lung diseases 

Abdominal X-ray: are often used to diagnose intestinal obstruction or bladder stones among other diseases. 

Orthopaedic: This is an invaluable tool in orthopaedic diseases, for their diagnosis or to ensure that adequate treatment has been provided and it has proven successful.

Dental radiography: is commonly used in the diagnoses of common oral problems, such as cavities, fractures, incomplete dental root removal.


Contrast X-rays: this is a specific type of x-ray where a contrast agent is used to highlight specific structure such as blood vessels, gastro-intestinal tract, urinary system, extradural space; a very important tool to diagnose or rule out a wide range of diseases.


The radiologist or surgeon then compares the image obtained to normal anatomical images to determine whether there is any damage or blockage of the vessel.





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