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Radiology and Pathology

  1. Radiography
  2. Ultrasonography
  3. Hematology

Radiology and Pathology for Dogs in Brisbane

We at Yeronga Vet Surgery conduct comprehensive radiology and pathology for your dog to ensure complete diagnosis of your pet’s illnesses, injuries and any kind of pain they might be experiencing.

Our medical experts use state-of-the-art technology prior to the x-ray in order to ensure the most accurate results during radiology procedure. In order to ensure accurate results, we also conduct blood tests in our pathology procedure using high quality lab tools.

Some of our radiology and pathology services for dogs

  • Dog Parasite

    Dog Parasite

    Parasites in dogs are common. These are microorganisms that find their way into your dog’s body or fur and affect their overall condition. Some of the common parasites in dogs include worms, lice, fleas and ticks.

  • Dog X-Ray

    Dog X-Ray

    Dog x-rays are one of the most pocket-friendly methods of diagnosis in dogs. With the use of imaging technique, this process allows us to identify the condition of the skeletal structure or recognize any abnormalities within your dog’s body.

  • Dog Toxoplasmosis

    Dog Toxoplasmosis

    Toxoplasmosis is an illness commonly found in dogs, caused by a microorganism known as Toxoplasma gondii. This is typically caused when your dog eats raw meat or comes in contact with excretions.

  • Blood Test for Dogs

    Blood Test for Dogs

    Blood test for dogs are part of our pathology services, which gives our experts an insight into your dog’s physical health. With blood tests, any signs of infection, clotting, immunity malfunctioning or dehydration are identified.

  • Puppy X-Ray

    Puppy X-Ray

    Puppy x-rays are a great way of analyzing the internal state of your pet. An x-ray delivers a clear image of the skeletal structure, allowing our experts to identify any bone-related injuries or abnormalities.

  • Dog Protozoa

    Dog Protozoa

    Protozoa is commonly found in the dog’s small intestine. This microorganism rapidly reproduces and results in cysts, often caused by your dog interacting with an infected animal or any sort of contamination.

  • Puppy Parasite

    Puppy Parasite

    Puppies are prone to parasites. Parasites are basically microorganisms that attach themselves to the puppy’s body and start habituating there. Some of the common parasites include worms, fleas, lice and ticks.

  • Baylisascaris in Dogs

    Baylisascaris in Dogs

    Baylisascaris in dogs is basically a condition where a roundworm grows in the dog’s small intestine. Although most dogs are not likely to develop this condition, it can be treated overtime.

Radiology and Pathology for Cats in Brisbane

Our experts are determined to diagnose the root cause of your cat’s ailments, infections or diseases, which is why we conduct thorough radiology and pathology.

While the radiology process allows our experts to gather information regarding the skeletal condition of your cat, the pathology process enables our experts to recognize any infections or diseases in the cat’s body, giving us a full account of our patient’s condition. This enables us to provide them with the best treatment for their condition.

Some of our radiology and pathology services for cats in Brisbane

  • Cat Toxoplasmosis

    Cat Toxoplasmosis

    Toxoplasmosis is a common parasite found in cats and dogs. This parasite usually finds its way inside your pet’s body through consumption of raw meat, contaminated excretions or through hereditary.

  • Cat Parasite

    Cat Parasite

    Parasites in cats are quite normal. These are microorganisms that grow on your cat’s body. Some of the most frequently occurring parasites in cats include fleas, lice, ticks or any form of worms.

  • Cat X-Ray

    Cat X-Ray

    X-rays for cats are part of effective and affordable diagnosis using imaging technology. An x-ray allows a vet to gather information about the skeletal condition and thereby, treat it.

  • Cat Protozoa

    Cat Protozoa

    Protozoa is a type of parasite found in cats. This happens when your pet either consumes contaminated water, food or excretions of other animals. It can also be transmitted into your cat by another infected cat.

  • Cat Radiographs

    Cat Radiographs

    Radiographs are also referred to as CT scans. This is an advanced form of an x-ray, used to assess the more intricate parts of the body such as joints, head, chest or some other organs.

  • Cat Blood Test

    Cat Blood Test

    Blood tests for cats are part of our pathology services. Blood tests are used to diagnose various infections and gain insight on the overall internal condition of your pet.

  • Cat Dental Radiographs

    Cat Dental Radiographs

    Dental radiographs for cats are x-rays conducted to gauge the oral health and condition of your pet. With dental radiographs, vets are able to evaluate the insides of your cat’s mouth that might otherwise be hidden.

Benefits

Non-Invasive

Our radiology and pathology experts use non-invasive techniques to guarantee maximum results, ensuring your pet’s recovery.

Affordable

Our prices are market-competitive and our services do not pose any hidden charges. Our goal is to cater to all the pet owners in an affordable manner.

No Distress

Our affable and experienced team of experts ensures minimal distress during radiology and pathology, ensuring your pet is comfortable.

No Anesthesia

We do not offer anesthesia until and unless it is absolutely necessary in order to ensure quick healing.

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