One of the services provided at Canyon Lake Veterinary Hospital that allows us to offer exceptional service to our clients and their dr sh looking at radiographpets is Digital Radiography. Digital radiography gives us the added benefit of being able to manipulate the images and zoom in on areas of concern for greater clearity. We also have the ability email the Xrays, as well as copy them to a disc, if needed.
Radiographs (X-rays) are extremely helpful for diagnosing and monitoring many medical and surgical conditions. X-rays are useful in visualizing your pet's bones, lungs, heart, abdomen, kidney, liver, digestive tract, oral cavity as well other areas of the body.
The size, orientation, shape and location of internal organs is important because some medical conditions and disease can produce changes in these areas. Radiography is also helpful in the detection of bladder stones, intestinal blockages, broken bones, chronic arthritis, dental abcesses and bone loss.
The team members at Canyon Lake Veterinary Hospital are caring, skilled professionalsdental radiograph who will provide state-of-the-art radiograghs. We can perform chest and abdominal films, as well as any other area of concern, barium (motility) studies, contrast studies, and orthopedic x-rays including OFA films, as well as dental radiograghs. Radiography is safe, painless, and completely non-invasive, and it uses very low doses of radiation. Radiographs are an important diagnostic tool that can help us make a correct treatment plan for your pet.
The doctors at Canyon Lake Veterinary Hospital have the ability to work in conjunction with boarded radiologists at PetRays, a Veterinary Telemedicine Consultation Service when deemed necessary. This allows us to have your pet's radiograph interpreted by a veterinary radiologist, certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology. Because our radiographs are stored digitally, we are also able to email them to referral hospitals and universities if needed or copy them to a disc for you to take along.
Call us at 605-348-6410 or email us to make an appointment or if you have any questions about our radiology services.