Radiographs provide an in-depth, noninvasive look at a horse’s bones or organs. Radiography can be used as the first step for a radiologist to make a diagnosis based on a patient’s clinical signs.
Animal Imaging has equipment to obtain diagnostic images of the larger areas of the horse, including the head, spine (cervical, thoracic, lumbar or sacral), pelvis, thorax and abdomen. Distal limb images are also available at the request of the referring veterinarian. All radiographs are acquired and interpreted by our Board-Certified Radiologists.