On-site advanced imaging and diagnostic testing including x-ray, ultrasound, MRI and CT scanning
During the diagnostic process your pet may need an x-ray or scan. We’re proud to have one of the country’s leading Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging departments, which provides a broad base of expertise in all aspects of this discipline. We also offer a radiographic reporting service for other veterinary practices, which provides a 24-hour turnaround time. This service is a great way for us to link with practices that refer to us and enables us to provide expert opinions before seeing your pet.
Our advanced imaging equipment allows us to investigate any area of the body, ranging from simple chest X-rays to detailed analysis of the brain and spinal cord using our MRI and CT scanners. With ultrasound, we can monitor the way blood flows through the heart and are able to view the internal structure of abdominal organs. This also allows us to take samples of abnormal looking tissue, helping us to reach the right diagnosis as promptly as possible.
Our facilities include:
- Two digital X-ray suites with Wireless D-EVO II detectors
- Two fluoroscopic (moving/real-time X-ray) units (one with digital subtraction for vascular studies)
- Two ultrasound (including colour-flow Doppler) units
- MRI and CT scanners
- Off-site access to nuclear medicine is also available.
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Surgeons Awarded Fellowship by RCVS
Six Davies' vets have been awarded Fellowships by the RCVS.