Diagnostic Imaging

The Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging Department actively participates in multiple oncology based studies, providing non-invasive imaging services ranging from radiographs and ultrasound to advanced imaging and nuclear medicine with targeted imaging probes.  Imaging based studies are focused on providing increased accuracy in diagnosing, staging and follow up for our veterinary cancer patients.

Services and Equipment

  • 6 board certified veterinary radiologists
  • Advanced imaging technologists with AART certification in radiology, CT and MR
  • Full clinical services for small animal, equine and livestock
  • Digital radiology suites
  • Sonographic imaging with ultrasound guided sampling, CT fusion and elastography capabilities
  • Digital fluoroscopic unit with C-arm (**not sure if we should mention Scansen’s stuff here to and emphasize chemoembolization, does he have is own page or should he be under this one?)
  • 16 slice computed tomography machine with Positron Emission Tomography bore; dedicated on site isolation unit; potential for novel radioisotope investigastions
  • 128 slice computed tomography machine with dual energy
  • 5T MRI with access to 3T MRI for research purposes

Contacts

Dr. Lynn Griffin
Dr. Lynn Griffin

Assistant Professor, Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

Dr. Elissa Randall
Dr. Elissa Randall

Associate Professor, Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

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