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Sunday 5-5:30pm


Computed Radiography

The doctors at Catoosa Small Animal Hospital utilize the latest in computed radiography.  This technology helps us in several ways.  First – it requires less radiation than conventional radiography.  Second – it allows us to lighten or darken the image “digitally” which helps us in viewing radiographs – meaning fewer radiographs are needed.  Third – it allows us to send images to a radiologist over the internet in the event we get an “unusual” radiograph that is challenging to interpret.  In short, this up-to-date technology is cutting edge and allows us to provide the absolute best diagnosis in your pet.






Radiograph of a severe comminuted midshaft tibial fracture in a Blue Heeler.
Post-op radiograph of the fracture after fixation by Dr. Steve Weir with a neutralization plate and 7 screws. This dog healed perfectly and will live to run many miles on this leg.
Radiograph of the chest of a cat with "hypertrophic cardiomyopathy" - a severe heart muscle disease that often requires life long medication and can cause sudden death.
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