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Cat X-Rays and Ultrasounds

Our veterinary health care team has digital radiology services in hospital. Radiology is a vital tool in being able to provide the best diagnostic testing and a view into the internal systems of our pets.

Whats is the technology?

Radiographs have come a long way in the past decade. Our radiograph equipment is digital allowing us higher quality images, abilities to email images to specialists for complex cases, and many different tools that the old film version did not.

How much does cat x-rays cost?

The price of x-rays can vary depending on how many views, the size of the animal, the amount of restraint or sedation needed (if any). For an estimate on price, it’s best to discuss with our team to ensure you get the correct pricing.

In what occasions would an ultrasound be required for cats?

Radiology is a vital tool in diagnostics, an ultrasound allows better definition in soft tissue (organs & intestines). We often use radiographs and ultrasound together to get an overall image of the body systems.

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