Pet Diagnostic Imaging

Mauldin Station Vet utilizes imaging modalities such as ultrasound and radiology to better diagnose and treat your canine and feline companions.

Pet Diagnostic Imaging

Radiology is commonly referred to as X-rays. Ultrasound, on the other hand, uses high-frequency sound waves to generate images. The primary purpose of these is to diagnose underlying medical issues that may otherwise not be obvious. Some of the more common problems we diagnose using digital imaging in cats and dogs include:

  • Gastrointestinal problems and obstructions
  • Foreign bodies
  • Airway problems and disease
  • Heart enlargement
  • Bone breaks and fractures
  • Fluid accumulation in the body cavities
  • Pregnancy

Typically, radiology or ultrasound will be recommended if we suspect an underlying problem but need a closer look for an official diagnosis.

Digital imaging is completely painless for your pet. In fact, most pets don’t even realize that anything is happening. Another benefit is that radiography and ultrasound are both very accurate and provide us with high-quality images almost instantly, allowing us to make a confident diagnosis when time is of the essence.

In some cases, your pet needs further advanced diagnostics. We partner with board-certified internal medicine veterinarians who will help us make sure your pet gets the best treatment available.


Why Choose Mauldin Station Vet for Pet Diagnostic Imaging

  • Advanced Equipment: We utilize the latest diagnostic technology, including digital radiography and ultrasound, to ensure accurate results.
  • Skilled Team: Our compassionate and highly trained staff is dedicated to providing advanced care for your pets.
  • Personalized Approach: Every pet is unique, and our approach reflects that. We tailor our services to meet the individual needs of your furry companion.
  • Convenient Location: Located in the heart of Mauldin, SC, we’re easily accessible for residents seeking advanced imaging services.
  • Peace of Mind: When you choose Mauldin Station Vet, you’re choosing peace of mind for you and the furry member of your family.