The increase in sensitivity and clarity of the images is combined with a reduced radiation exposure to both your pet and the staff taking the image. In addition, only a momentary delay occurs between snapping the picture and being able to view it on one of our HD monitors.
Digital images can be stored, copied onto disks or e-mailed directly to a specialist for further evaluation.
Digital images also simplify submissions to Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) for their hip and elbow dysplasia registries. By providing ideal positioning and proper exposure techniques, your dog's images can be evaluated by OFA's radiologists based entirely on their conformation.
Ultrasonography is available at UVCC and this advance technology provides doctors with the ability to visualize what is going on inside your pet's body.