Many people are familiar with radiographs (x-rays) through personal experience or through their pet having them done. It is a very common procedure done in pets to diagnose problems such as broken bones, masses (tumors), obstructions, bladder stones, or hip dysplasia. X-rays were discovered in 1895. Since then, they have become a valuable tool in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Sharp, higher-resolution images
Sharp, higher-resolution images improve the visualization of dense anatomy and provide the detail you need to make the most confident medical decisions for your patients.
Less radiation exposure
Reduces radiation exposure of pets and veterinary professionals, which is especially important for veterinary technicians.