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Digital Radiographs

A radiograph, or an x-ray, is a black and white two-dimensional image that is created when controlled radiation passes through a body structure and is then recorded on a film or digital plate. It is a great way to analyze structures with different densities (such as air and bone), but is poor at noting subtle changes in tissue density such as when looking at organs in the abdomen. Common uses of radiographs include looking for bone fractures, GI foreign bodies, fluid accumulations, and lung disease.

At Bedford Veterinary Medical Center, we use digital x-rays, where we get improved imaging and contrast and increased ease of magnifying images over regular film. This allows us to make better evaluations about your pet’s health and decrease your pet’s exposure to radiation. Digital radiography also enables us to quickly send our images out to board certified radiologist for consultation. 

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    • Digital X-Ray

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