The Highest Quality Diagnostic Imaging for Your Pets
WVRC Offers High Level Imaging Technology, Experience, and On-site Service
Just like humans, animals can benefit from the newest medical imaging technologies for diagnosis of various conditions. WVRC provides the latest imaging techniques to help evaluate a number of conditions, including bone fractures, cardiac and pulmonary problems, cancer and brain tumors.
A referral to our Radiologists, Stephanie Rudich, DVM, BS, DACVR, or Thomas Hanson, DVM, MS, for diagnostic imaging services can be obtained from your primary veterinarian, in conjunction with completion and submission of a referral form.
Digital radiography is a form of x-ray imaging where digital X-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. This allows us to immediately view the images, enhance or enlarge our images, and share the images with a primary veterinarian.
Ultrasonography is an ultrasound based diagnostic imaging technique used for visualizing subcutaneous body structures including tendons, muscles, joints, vessels and internal organs for possible pathology or lesions.
This is a cross sectional imaging test that is performed under general anesthesia that allows detailed evaluation of the boney structures of the skull and vertebral column.
This is a multiplanar imaging test that is performed under general anesthesia that allows detailed evaluation of the soft tissue structures. Rather than using X-rays, MRI generates high-contrast/high-resolution images utilizing a very strong magnet and radio waves.
Dr. Rudich and Dr. Hanson will consult on radiographs with referring veterinarians.