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Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital (VESH) - Wichita

VESH Radiology

Veterinary diagnostic imaging services in Wichita, KS

Radiologists are specialists who perform and interpret diagnostic tests. They focus on X-rays but are also qualified to read other test results. They work to accurately identify pets ailments. While you may not interact directly with our radiology team, they communicate with, assist, and support the rest of our veterinary staff. If you have been referred to us for imaging services, call us at (316) 262-5321 or Contact Us below.

Staff looking at radiographs.

Tests Offered

Our veterinary radiology department offers a multitude of different tests and procedures, and radiology imaging technology is constantly improving and expanding. Our radiologists utilize a variety of state-of-the-art equipment to aid in the diagnosis of different animal health problems. Below is a list of procedures that our team may perform. 

  • X-rays: Mainly used to assess broken bones, this common test also allows veterinarians to see foreign objects in the body as well as some tumors.

  • CT Scans: Animal CT scans are primarily used to find problems such as tumors, blood clots, broken bones, and more.

  • Ultrasounds: This type of test produces images of the internal organs and can also be used to check on the health of pregnant animals and their babies.

VESHW inside.

Ailments We Diagnose

Veterinary radiologists are not directly involved in the treatment of pets, but they are vital to accurately and rapidly diagnosing health problems in pets. The following list, while not exhaustive, details issues that our radiology team can aid in identifying.

  • Broken bones: X-rays allow radiologists to examine bone structure and quickly identify fractures or irregularities. 

  • Cancer: Advanced imaging can display tumors, masses, and other growths within the body.

  • Heart disease: Our diagnostic tools let our veterinarians see the heart’s size, irregularities, arterial blockage, and other problems.

  • Respiratory illness: Some tests are used to inspect the lungs and airways and can shed light on the severity of respiratory issues your pet may be facing.

The veterinary radiology team here at Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital can aid in diagnosing any health problem that your pet may be currently facing. If you have any questions about the imaging tests we provide, our office is happy to assist you. You can reach us at (316) 262-5321 or by contacting us below.