Diagnostic imaging lets veterinary doctors look inside your pet’s body for clues about a medical condition. A variety of machines and techniques can create pictures of the structures and activities inside of your cat or dog’s body and follow the course of a disease already diagnosed and/or treated.
Medical imaging, especially X-ray-based examinations and ultrasonography, is crucial in the veterinary medical setting. In preventive medicine as well as in curative medicine, effective decisions depend on the correct diagnosis. Though your veterinarian’s clinical judgment may be sufficient for the treatment of many animal conditions, the use of diagnostic imaging services is paramount in confirming, correctly assessing, and documenting the course of the disease or issue as well as in assessing response to treatment.
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