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Pre-Clinical Imaging

Posted by on Dec 31, 2012 in Uncategorized | 2 comments

Pre-clinical imaging refers to the process of visualizing living animals for research purposes including drug development. Several imaging systems are being used nowadays to be able to observe organs, tissues, cells, or the molecular makeup of animals as they respond to physiological or environmental changes. Modalities used for this purpose are typically non-invasive and some even use a digital x-ray. One of the modalities often used for this purpose is micro-ultrasound. It provides real-time imaging and captures data up to 1000 frames per...

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Animal Diagnostic Imaging

Posted by on Dec 30, 2012 in Uncategorized | 2 comments

Veterinary radiology covers diagnostic imaging for animals. This service let pet owners know what health issues their furry friends are going through at the moment. It has become an indispensable part of veterinary medicine as it allows veterinarians to come up with more accurate diagnoses and better treatment plans for their patients. This medical solution covers various procedures including animal ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), CT scans, and in some cases, teleradiology. All these services allow for efficiency in animal...

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Affordable Vet Ultrasound

Posted by on Dec 29, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Pet owners who are looking for affordable ultrasound in San Diego have many options when it comes to choosing the clinic that suits their needs. There are veterinary imaging centers in the region that specialize not only in ultrasound but also in CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Feline I-131 (Radioiodine) Therapy, Veterinary Teleradiology and Interventional Radiology. Typically, vet ultrasounds can go as low as $200 for simple cases and can reach up to $575 for more complex situations. These prices include the cost of evaluating the pet’s case,...

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Mobile Vet Ultrasound

Posted by on Dec 20, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Ultrasound San Diego based or not, plays a crucial role in veterinary medicine. It is a valuable addition to a veterinarian’s practice as it adds more worth in his services. Portable or mobile ultrasound machines are medical imaging devices that are smaller and lighter than the typical console style machines that preceded them. Being mobile, they can be carried by hand and can even be operated using battery power only. Historically, the first portable ultrasound machines arrived in the early 1980’s but battery powered systems that...

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Research MRI Consultant

Posted by on Nov 30, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Seeking for Research MRI consultants can be a tough job since there are many competitive professionals out there. Most professionals have a wide experience in several aspects of radiology including multi-slice CT and MRI. They are generally committed to the principles of clinical governance, risk assessment, adverse incident reporting and appraisal. These qualities allow MRI consultants to be effective in their jobs. Typically, they work for organizations with busy radiology services. They also have specific duties within the modalities of CT,...

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Veterinary MRI Costs

Posted by on Nov 29, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Magnetic Resonance Imaging or MRI has been made available to veterinary patients since the 1990s. It is a very useful tool for visualizing internal organs in order to diagnose diseases. Veterinary MRI has been used extensively in evaluation of the nervous system, nasal cavity, musculoskeletal system, tumors, abdominal organs and vessels. Typically, the price for a standard MRI is $1500.00. A stat request is an additional $200.00. If additional studies are necessary, they are $500.00. This may vary from one office to another but prices usually...

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Vet Radiology Internship

Posted by on Nov 28, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Becoming an intern, especially for veterinary radiology is a very important step for students so that they will be able to put into practice the things that they have learned in the four corners of the classroom. Moreover, it would prepare them before they venture into the Pre-clinical imaging industry.  Radiologists are now more so involved in research projects due to their interpretation acumen. Typically, vet radiology programs aim for students to: * Become knowledgeable with equipment, radiographic positioning and technique in small and...

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