Diagnostics

Selecting the proper diagnostic work and its execution requires skill and competency. There is a large

variety of diagnostic work being done at Main Street Animal Hospital.  It can involve laboratory-based

blood work, radiology, ultrasound, fecal tests, urinalysis, cytology and biopsy.  Our veterinarians will

discuss the diagnostics options, which will be specific to your pets needs during your exam visit. 

  • Laboratory
  • Radiology
  • Ultrasound
  • Other Diagnostic woks

We have an in-house laboratory, where we can quickly run blood work to diagnose a problem.  If your

pet is sick, it becomes very important to know the status of their internal organs.  Knowing the condition

of their liver, kidneys, pancreas, electrolytes and different blood cells will be helpful for deciding the

right treatment plan.  Getting the blood work quickly from the in-house lab will accelerate the treatment

of critically sick patients and emergency situations.  Patients coming for surgeries need blood work

before the surgery.  The in-house blood lab is very helpful in those situations as it gives the most current

status of the pet’s health which adds towards the success of a surgery.  Some testing may require blood

work to be sent to specialized labs. 

          Veterinary radiology is a very important branch of diagnostics, which help to diagnose various problems

with our fur buddies.  We have a modern digital x-ray system that can take images quickly with less

radiational exposure.  The x-ray facility helps to diagnose the problems related to gastrointestinal tract,

respiratory, orthopedic, muscular skeletal, urogenital, and other body system.  Having a digital x-ray

system makes it easy to send the x-rays to a board-certified radiologist for their opinion whenever

necessary. 

         We utilize the services of ultrasound experts for diagnosis and monitoring of medical problems when

needed.  Ultrasound requires taking several sonographic images of the internal organs and then having

them interpreted from a radiologist.  Ultrasound can be used to take samples for cytology’s in order to

diagnose some disease and tumors.

 

       Urinalysis, fecal tests, Cytology, Biopsy, Tonometry and Blood pressure measurement is some of the

other diagnostic works we do at Main Street Animal Hospital.

 

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Our Regular Schedule

Main Street Animal Hospital

Monday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Tuesday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Wednesday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Thursday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Friday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Saturday:

9:00am

5:00pm

Sunday:

9:00am

5:00pm