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Cat X-Rays and Ultrasound

Radiographs (x-rays) and Ultrasounds are classified as diagnostic images. In combination with a full physical exam, the images are used by our veterinarians to help determine what is wrong with your cat. Xrays are used to look at bones, muscle tissues and the outline of organs, whereas ultrasounds give our veterinarians the ability to see the inside of an organ. Our in-house digital x-ray equipment provides us with high quality images within seconds, ensuring patient comfort and efficient results for your veterinarian.

What is the technology?

Our radiographs (x-rays) are digital, which allows us to see the images instantly on our computer screen. Ultrasound uses high frequency waves to show us organ images in real time. To inquire about x-rays and ultrasounds please contact Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital.

Does the clinic also do feline dental x-rays?

Dental radiographs are used to view the roots of your cat’s teeth. At Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital we have a digital dental machine which allows us to have high quality images very quickly.

How much do cat x-rays cost?

This depends on what body system is being imaged. Multiple x-rays are taken to get different views of the same part to ensure a proper diagnosis is reached. Please contact Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital for an accurate treatment plan or book an appointment for a more personalized approach.

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