Our Veterinary Radiologist is here to interpret your pet's radiographs (x-rays), ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance (MR). Radiology is an essential, non-invasive part of many medical workups in animals, from a chest x-ray to check the size of the heart, to an abdominal ultrasound to look for an intestinal foreign body. They are an essential part of the team of veterinary professionals contributing to an animal’s care.
In some cases your veterinarian may send you to our hospital for an Outpatient Ultrasound. It is important your pet is in a stable medical condition if he or she is coming in for this service as an outpatient. If your pet requires medical support under the care of a veterinarian we will ask your veterinarian to send you in through our emergency department. This will benefit your pet so that a qualified medical veterinarian can manage your pet's conditions and provide the appropriate treatment while this test is being performed and throughout your pet's visit to our hospital.
Veterinarians who wish to send their patient to our hospital for an outpatient ultrasound, please complete the outpatient ultrasound referral form.
Veterinarians may choose to send their radiographs to our hospital for interpretation. Information about signing up for this service and submitting radiographs can be found on our website at http://www.ivghospitals.com/service/teleradiology.