Our board-certified radiologists combine their veterinary knowledge with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to help arrive at a diagnosis and treatment plan for pets. The radiologists in our Veterinary Imaging Services (VIS) use the same equipment that is used in human medicine, including Digital Radiography, Ultrasonography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear Scintigraphy, and Fluoroscopy.
Thanks to digital imaging, we are able to share images with the other specialists at Veterinary Specialty Center which allows us to use a collaborative approach in the work-up and treatment of your pet.
By combining the latest advances in technology with our extensive experience in both diagnostic and interventional radiology, we aid in the diagnosis and treatment of even the most elusive diseases. We work closely with all of our other departments and your pet’s primary care veterinarian to provide the best treatment options for your pet.