Diagnostic Imaging For Canines

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X-rays are instrumental medical imaging tools for veterinarians. They can reveal a substantial amount of information about your pet’s health. The three most common x-rays for pet examinations include:



As the name suggests, abdominal x-rays allow the vet to assess the entire abdomen. These x-rays can show blockages in the intestines, bladder stones, tumors and even pregnancies.



Chest X-rays are used to examine the heart and lungs. They can show us if the heart is enlarged or if there are changes in the lungs, such as pneumonia, cancer and fluid. 



Orthopedic x-rays focus on the bones. They can reveal fractures, bone abnormalities, and orthopedic disorders including elbow or hip dysplasia.


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Ultrasound can be used to diagnose a wide range of conditions. It is more sensitive than x-rays for changes within the tissues, including tumors, inflammatory bowel disease, some stones, free fluid, and signs of infections. 


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CT Scanning

CT scans are similar to three-dimensional x-rays. CT is used to evaluate complex parts of the body, such as the head, chest, joints, and internal organs. ​CT scans are considered more sensitive than x-rays and ultrasound but do require anaesthesia or heavy sedation. 

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