In recent years, ultrasound technology has improved veterinary diagnostics in many ways. An abdominal ultrasound offers the trained eye a glimpse of the shape, size and appearance of the liver, kidneys, intestines, urinary bladder, and more. A cardiac ultrasound takes you on a revealing trip through the inside of the heart, rendering everything from valves to blood flow.
Ultrasounds can also help one see the foal growing inside a mare or the tumor growing inside a spleen. It can guide your needle as you obtain tissue samples for cytology or perform pericardial centesis. All of this is accomplished in a largely non-invasive and efficient way that suits our patients’ and clients’ needs.