Patient safety is at the top of our lists. For this reason, a thorough pre-anesthetic examination and evaluation of your pets' medical records are performed before a CT scan is completed.
The results of the scan usually take 24 hours. A radiologist, a veterinarian who specializes in reading and interpreting CT scans and other radiologic images, will review your scan and prepare a report that explains them.
Radiology reports include complex anatomical and medical terms written explicitly for veterinary providers. They review your pet's medical history and analyze your CT scan images.
We understand that most clients have difficulty reading standard images. For this reason, we will produce 3D images of any abnormal anatomy. We do also attach the complete CT Study for your family veterinarian.
We store all images in a digital format. This format makes it easy to send to your family veterinarian. They will be able to access every image of the CT Scan.
No one knows your pet better than your family veterinarian. We believe that having access to high-resolution imagery can help them better diagnose and treat your pet.
HIgh resolution CT scan of a cat head.
Easily identify fractures and or bone abnormalities