Veterinary diagnostic imaging center as a third-party professional institutions, mainly for veterinary clinics and veterinary hospitals and other medical institutions to provide animal imaging diagnostic services.
Pet hospitals and clinics can send their pets to the third-party veterinary imaging diagnostic center for image scanning, or upload the image data to the third-party veterinary imaging center, by professional physicians to diagnose and interpret, to help doctors more accurately diagnose pet diseases, to develop a more scientific and personalized treatment plan. At the same time, the third-party veterinary imaging center can also provide a variety of image data storage and management services, providing pet medical institutions with convenient image data management and query services.
Compared with ordinary animal hospitals, third-party veterinary diagnostic imaging centers have more advanced diagnostic imaging equipment, generally no more than four types of imaging equipment DR, ultrasound, CT, MRI.
DR photography is also commonly known as “film”, is currently the most frequently used imaging equipment. x-ray has a slight radiation, in the pet x-ray film, pregnant women, pregnant parents are not recommended to enter the DR room to help fix the pet, in order to avoid harming the fetus.
Relative to several other imaging equipment, DR shooting results are the most straightforward, even no medical knowledge base can be seen from the film the approximate shape of the bones, so the imaging effect is an important indicator to measure the quality of DR imaging equipment.
Perlove pet DRVET1800
Perlove pet DRVET1800 standard with 17 * 17 large size flat detector, the use of line noise elimination technology, so that the imaging quality increased by 40%, the details are clear and discernible. The structure is designed with a floatable bed, which can meet most small and medium-sized pet examinations.
Compared with X-rays, CT chest examination shows more obvious structural clarity, and the sensitivity of detecting chest lesions and the accuracy of showing lesions are better than conventional X-ray chest films. CT chest examination is good for detecting minor lesions and hidden lesions and showing lesion characteristics, but the disadvantage is that the radiation dose of CT examination is significantly higher than that of X-ray.
Ultrasound is the most common method for clinical examination of biliary tract diseases and can confirm the diagnosis of gallbladder stones, gallbladder inflammation, tumors, etc. Moreover, ultrasound has a higher accuracy rate for cirrhosis, fatty liver, splenomegaly, hepatocellular carcinoma, and intestinal occupying lesions.
MRI can do any angle of cut layer at will and without radiation. The display of anatomy and lesions of the skull, spine and spinal cord are better than CT; MRI is more sensitive to diseased tissues than CT, especially the examination of soft tissues such as joints, muscles and central nervous system has a clearer structure. MRI has unique advantages for the mutual identification between spine, joints, tumors, infectious diseases, lymph nodes and vascular structures.