Join The Discussion
Learn about life on three legs in the forums below. Browse and search as a guest or register for free to take advantage of member benefits:
- Instant post approval.
- Private messages to members.
- Subscribe to favorite topics.
- Join the Live Chat and more!
T-shirts, Cards & Gifts
25 April 2007
Another helpful post by Dr. Nancy Kay, discussing the differences between these types of imaging studies when diagnosing a condition.
Why has your veterinarian recommended an MRI scan rather than a plain ole’ x-ray of your dog’s back? Why a CT scan rather than an ultrasound of your kitty? Nowadays, when it comes to diagnostic imaging, there are a number of options to choose from. Each of them caters differently to visualizing abnormalities. Knowing the merits and limitations of each imaging option allows your veterinarian to recommend the best choice for your dog or cat. READ MORE
Most Users Ever Online: 597
Currently Browsing this Page:
Devices Used: Desktop (71), Phone (5), Tablet (1)
Guest Posters: 970