Ultrasound imaging is a painless, non-invasive imaging modality that can provide fast and convenient results for critical and outpatient pets. Ultrasound uses harmless
sound waves to produce detailed images of soft tissue structures, including the abdominal organs and heart. Because ultrasound is dynamic, organ function and blood flow can be observed in real-time. Ultrasound can also be used to accurately obtain samples, such as urine or tissue biopsies, for analysis. Conditions such as organ enlargement, cancer, and abnormal fluid accumulation can be identified, helping our veterinarians reach a diagnosis and begin treatment quickly.