Radiology

Radiology (X-ray) is provides valuable information about your cat's bones and internal organs including the gastrointestinal tract (stomach, intestines, colon), respiratory tract (lungs, trachea), heart, and urogenital system.

X-rays can be used alone or in conjunction with other diagnostic tools to determine the cause for your cat's problem, or rule out possible issues.

It is important that your cat stays still while the radiographs are being taken and we take a tailored approach for patients who won't hold still and need some calming assistance.

 

We process and interpret the x-rays immediately on-site so we can promptly discuss results and generate a plan of care with you usually in the same visit.

Foreign body
Foreign body
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Blocked cat
Blocked cat
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Bladder stones
Bladder stones
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Humerus fracture
Humerus fracture
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Normal Knees
Normal Knees
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Arthritis
Arthritis
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