Advanced Veterinary Diagnostics for Dogs, Cats, and Pocket Pets
Providing our pet patients with the best possible care means utilizing the latest in veterinary technology and equipment. Our hospital features cutting-edge diagnostic tools which, when coupled with the expertise of our doctors and staff, allow us to provide individualized care that is quick, accurate, and effective.
Our Veterinary Diagnostic Services
Our diagnostic services include:
- Digital radiography (x-rays)
- In-house urinalysis, fecal analysis, and cytology (including ear and skin)
- In-house blood count and chemistry analyzer
- Advanced CT Scanning
- Blood pressure, blood oxygen (pulse oximetry), and heart monitoring (EGG)
- Electrocardiograms (EKG)
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Intraocular pressure monitoring for glaucoma
We also work closely with a full-service specialty lab to enhance our in-house diagnostic capabilities.
Our Veterinary Laboratory
Whether we are running routine tests or completing advanced lab work, our hospital offers a convenient, centralized location to provide you with results as quickly as possible.
Common veterinary tests that we can perform in our lab include:
- Complete blood cell counts (CBC)
- Blood chemistry profiles
- Pre-surgery screenings
- Thyroid checks
- Electrolyte checks
At Elmhurst Animal Care Center, the health and wellness of your pet is our top priority. Before conducting any tests or lab work, our team will discuss all available diagnostic options for your pet, as well as any potential risks. During this time, we encourage you to ask questions. Our doctors welcome this interaction and are dedicated to helping you make informed decisions. For more information about our advanced diagnostics or any of our veterinary services, please contact us today.
We accept walk-ins during our Doctor's Hours to meet your busy lifestyle. If you’d prefer to make an appointment, we offer those too!
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