Ultrasonography is a versatile imaging modality for assessing soft tissue structures such as tendons and ligaments. Damage to tendons and ligaments can be seen on ultrasound as changes to the fibre pattern and cross sectional area of the structure.
The practice has six ultrasound scanners in total. Two large scanners are situated permanently in the hospital and an additional four scanners are portable and can be used on visits out of the hospital. The degree of portability and outstanding image quality afforded by these machines allows our veterinarians to effectively employ the use of ultrasound as a diagnostic imaging tool, anywhere, under any circumstances.