Veterinary diagnostic imaging creates composites of the internal body, and these are used to discover disease and injury.
Radiographs, or x-rays, direct electromagnetic radiation toward a pet’s body to highlight objects within. These popular tests can detect abnormalities including soft tissue damage, foreign bodies, and dental disease.
While these procedures are painless for your pet, most do require sedation and or anesthesia because the patient must remain completely still. Our anesthetists monitor every patient who undergoes anesthesia.