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Pet Ultrasound
in St. John, IN

Veterinarians can use ultrasound to evaluate the health and condition of internal organs like the heart, liver, kidneys, bladder, and reproductive systems. It is capable of spotting anomalies such as tumors, cysts, stones, or inflammation.

Pet Ultrasound
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Pet Ultrasound

An ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce a real-time, three-dimensional image of your pet’s internal organs. These high-definition images allow our doctors to see if there is any pathology present at the time the ultrasound is performed. At St. John Animal Clinic, we use ultrasound to look at the liver, spleen, kidneys, bladder, and intestines to help diagnose many different conditions.

With the help of ultrasound, we can quickly locate tumors, cysts, stones, free-fluid, and enlarged organs within your pet’s abdomen. Ultrasound can also confirm pregnancy by allowing visualization of the heartbeats of puppies and kittens.