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121 Creswick Rd, Ballarat
1141 Geelong Rd, Mt Clear
Eureka Veterinary Hospital
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Diagnostic Imaging

Part of providing you and your pet with a professional service, is that we have the right equipment to help us make the decisions that will help your pet.  Diagnostic imaging is integral to our ability to successfully diagnose and treat your pets.

Radiology:

Our clinic is equipped with a dedicated x-ray room and a state-of-the-art direct digital radiographic machine.  This means that results from the radiograph are extremely fast and accurate images. 

Whether we are trying to diagnose a bone fracture, an abdominal mass or chest radiographs to look for signs of heart disease, having this equipment means we can provide your pet with rapid results and personalised treatment.

Ultrasound:

Another important part of our diagnostic imaging service is our diagnostic ultrasound machine.  Our veterinary ultrasound machine enables us to examine organs inside your pet in a non-invasive and non-painful way.  The ultrasound machine is an essential part of helping us manage medical cases and is another way we can provide you and your pet with the professional and personalised veterinary care you deserve.

What happens when my pet is booked in for a radiograph or ultrasound?

Most patients are admitted into hospital for the day to have radiographs or ultrasounds performed taken, unless it is an emergency and we’ll take them immediately. We ask that you bring your pet in unfed on the morning of admission, as they may need to be sedated or anaesthetised to allow us to take the best quality images possible.  

In the case of ultrasounds, you pet will have to have the hair clipped from the area being scanned so that the ultrasound can get an accurate view inside your pet.

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Diagnostic Imaging

Part of providing you and your pet with a professional service, is that we have the right equipment to help us make the decisions that will help your pet.  Diagnostic imaging is integral to our ability to successfully diagnose and treat your pets.

Radiology:

Our clinic is equipped with a dedicated x-ray room and a state-of-the-art direct digital radiographic machine.  This means that results from the radiograph are extremely fast and accurate images. 

Whether we are trying to diagnose a bone fracture, an abdominal mass or chest radiographs to look for signs of heart disease, having this equipment means we can provide your pet with rapid results and personalised treatment.

Ultrasound:

Another important part of our diagnostic imaging service is our diagnostic ultrasound machine.  Our veterinary ultrasound machine enables us to examine organs inside your pet in a non-invasive and non-painful way.  The ultrasound machine is an essential part of helping us manage medical cases and is another way we can provide you and your pet with the professional and personalised veterinary care you deserve.

What happens when my pet is booked in for a radiograph or ultrasound?

Most patients are admitted into hospital for the day to have radiographs or ultrasounds performed taken, unless it is an emergency and we’ll take them immediately. We ask that you bring your pet in unfed on the morning of admission, as they may need to be sedated or anaesthetised to allow us to take the best quality images possible.  

In the case of ultrasounds, you pet will have to have the hair clipped from the area being scanned so that the ultrasound can get an accurate view inside your pet.