Our patients cannot speak for themselves, so our staff relies on diagnostic imaging as they diagnose and treat illness in animals. UW Veterinary Care is equipped with the most cutting-edge imaging technologies, so you can rest assured that your animal will receive the right tests and fast results.
Our state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging capabilities include:
- Digital radiography to study heart or lung disease, gastrointestinal upset, urinary problems, trauma or abdominal pain.
- Ultrasound for the evaluation of internal organs, muscles, tendons and growths, as well as live guidance for tissue sampling.
- Fluoroscopy or moving, real-time X-ray studies that enable a live look at GI tract and swallowing function. This is also used for interventional radiographic procedures for heart, liver or bladder problems.
- Contrast or “dye” studies that provide better identification of the urinary system and spinal cord.
- CT scans for small animals that produce high-detail images for the evaluation of the head, neck, thorax and abdomen.
- MRI for the study of neurological or orthopedic diseases in small animals.
- The only site in the state that has Nuclear Imaging to help clarify lameness in horses.
Our expert team of certified technologists, board-certified radiologists and residents work together and, with these technologies, give patients the best possible care.
- Randi Drees, Dr. med. vet., DACVR, DiplECVDI
- Lisa Forrest, VMD, DACVR, DACVR-RO
- Chess Adams, DVM, DACVR, DACVR-RO
- Kenneth Waller, DVM
- Kemba Clapp, DVM
- Seamus Hoey, BVSc
- John Stein, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
- Cintia Olivera, DVM
- Connie Fazio, DVM
Diagnostic Imaging Staff
- Amy Lang, BS, RT(R), Supervisor
- Cheryl Baumel, RT(R)
- Carrie Borman, RT(R)
- Fern Delaney, RDMS Sonographer
- Marcia Frazier, RT(R)
- Kimberly Legler, RT(R)
- Lori Pike, BA, RT(R)