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Imaging

All of our surgeries are fully equipped Veterinary Centres in their own right and have their own X-ray facilities (including fully digital systems and automatic film processors).

As well as diagnostic radiology we also carry out BVA Hip and Elbow radiography for the BVA and Kennel Club schemes. Veterinary Surgeons may liaise with each other over cases - either for another opinion before making a decision or because one veterinary surgeon may have a special interest in a subject and be able to offer additional advice.

We also have a video-endoscope which enables us to view the airways, oesophagus, stomach, duodenum and colon and take samples or biopsies from the same areas in a relatively non-invasive manner. Many dogs ingest foreign bodies and we are able to remove many of these from the stomach now without the need for surgery.

We also have an advanced range of ultrasound equipment which allows us to examine most body systems in the conscious dog and take biopsies or make diagnoses without the need for surgical exploration.

We can arrange access to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computerised Tomography (CT Scan), Nuclear Scintigraphy and other imaging techniques should such modalities be required for imaging your pet.

 
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