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Radiography is the use of X-Rays to capture images that can be used to diagnose a wide range of bone and soft tissue diseases and to monitor a patient’s progress.
Our hospital uses digital radiography to produce detailed images of your pet. We also have a dedicated dental imaging system, 24-hour access to veterinary radiologists, and complex cases can benefit from our specialist opinion.
Dynamic cases, such as gastrointestinal and urinary obstructive diseases, can also benefit from contrast studies. It involves giving a contrast agent, such as iohexol or barium, to better highlight the areas of interest.
While patients can require radiographs to be taken for many reasons, they are most often recommended for patients who have sustained trauma, those with a suspected abdominal disease, and those with breathing or heart issues.