Behind Every Great Veterinarian is a Great Radiologist
Board-certified radiologists are trusted partners in both diagnostic and treatment plans. Utilizing multiple imaging modalities to diagnose many different diseases and injuries, they collaborate with our specialists and veterinarians to come up with the optimal treatment plan.
Primary care veterinarians may refer their patients to VSCNL for diagnostic imaging or submit radiographs for specialist interpretation.
Radiology Specialists are called a “Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology” or a “board-certified radiologist”. Learn more at http://www.acvr.org
Advanced Equipment, Quality Imaging, Better Outcomes
Radiography (X-ray): Our digital radiography can be viewed and fully evaluated within seconds.
Ultrasound: Our digital ultrasound enables evaluation of many organs, soft tissue, and chest structures.
Echocardiogram (Echo): Our digital echocardiogram enables evaluation of a patient’s heart and can identify tissue damage, blood clots, tumors, or abnormalities of blood flow, heart valves, and the pericardium (sac surrounding the heart).
Computed Tomography (CT) Scan: Our digital 32-slice scanner creates cross-sectional images, making it possible to diagnose certain diseases and conditions earlier and more accurately.
Contrast Studies: Our contrast equipment enables our radiologist to track the dye/contrast agent through a particular body part or function.