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Ultrasound, a non-invasive imaging technique, is widely used in veterinary medicine to assess the internal structures and organs of pet animals. It enables veterinarians to visualize internal structures, assess organ function and diagnose a wide range of conditions. Its non-invasive nature, versatility and real-time imaging capabilities make it an essential component of comprehensive veterinary care. By incorporating ultrasound into practice, veterinarians can provide accurate diagnoses, guide procedures, monitor pregnancies and enhance the overall health and well-being of their animal patients.

Here's why ultrasound is performed and how it proves helpful and necessary in veterinary practice

Diagnostic Imaging

Monitors pregnancies, estimating litter size and detecting reproductive disorders.

Pregnancy and Reproductive Care

 Helps diagnose conditions such as tumors, inflammation, and organ dysfunction.

Non-Invasive and Well-Tolerated

 It is non-invasive and generally well-tolerated by pets making it safe for repeated examinations.

Real-Time Imaging

Aids in diagnosing conditions that require dynamic evaluation, contributing to more accurate diagnoses and treatment planning.

Guided Procedures

Improves accuracy and minimize invasiveness. It enables precise needle placement during biopsies, fluid aspirations and abscess drainages.

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