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Pet Radiology

Radiology at Capeside Animal Hospital

Radiographs, commonly referred to as X-rays, are an extremely useful diagnostic tool. They can be used to detect a variety of problems, such as broken bones, heart and lung disease, intestinal foreign bodies, bladder stones, and some types of cancer.

Capeside Animal Hospital has a room specifically designed for radiology. The Doctor and veterinary assistant wear protective lead lined aprons and radiology badges that measure x-ray exposure.

Radiographs, commonly referred to as X-rays, are an extremely useful diagnostic tool

Radiographs require the patient to remain very still and most dogs and cats are cooperative. Some patients require sedation or general anesthesia if a particular view or position is needed. Because we are required by law to monitor radiation exposure via badges, clients are not permitted to restrain their pets during radiographs.


Capeside Animal Hospital

58 Waterford Business Center Way Belville, NC 28451
email: info@capesideanimalhospital.com

Located in Leland at the Waterford Shoppes
910-383-2100 ...... 910-383-2104 fax

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