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Digital radiography:

Digital radiography is the first line of imaging and can pick up a good proportion of soft tissue and orthopaedic injuries.


Magnetic resonance imaging is the gold standard for diagnosing spinal and brain disease. It uses low risk radio waves to obtain images that are more detailed than digital x-rays. It is widely used to assess injuries of the musculoskeletal system.

CT Scan:

Computed Tomography uses x-rays to produce detailed images. It is particularly useful in diagnosis of bone fractures and is superior to digital x-ray in defining the degree of injury. It is also used to check for presence of tumour within soft tissue as well as internal bleeding.


Fluoroscopy is a video x-rays that will enable us to monitor the function of the internal organs. For instance, it will allow visualisation of a bolus of food as travels down the digestive system of your pet. It will allow the performance of minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery.

Ultrasound Scans:

Ultrasound enables the imaging of the layers of soft tissue organs and in some instances is used to assess ligament and muscle injuries.


Endoscopy uses a small video camera to examine the lumen of hollow organs such as upper digestive system, the upper respiratory system as well as the colon. It will identify diseases with the lining of these organ as well as the presence and removal foreign bodies. It can also be used to diagnose diseases within the nose area.


ECG produces graph like diagram that shows the function of the heart. Therefore, it is primarily used for diagnosis of heart disease and monitoring of the function of the heart.

Blood pressure measurement:

Hypertension is relatively common it could rarely be primary but is most like secondary and associated other conditions. The same machine should be used for monitoring .