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1737 NE Alberta, Suite 102,
Portland, OR 97211

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Diagnostic Services

At Alberta Veterinary Care, we use a variety of advanced medical technology to diagnose and treat your dog or cat. We offer the following diagnostic services at our facility:

Digital Radiology

Digital radiology is commonly used to diagnose bone and joint conditions, screen for cancer and abnormalities within the organs, and to locate foreign objects within the body. This non-invasive procedure allows us to examine your pet in great detail to make an accurate diagnosis. Digital x-rays have a much higher image quality than traditional x-rays, and are significantly easier to read. Thanks to the advanced digital technology, the results are available within minutes, allowing us to make a quicker diagnosis. Anesthesia is not normally required for x-rays.

Digital Dental Radiology

Digital dental radiography (or digital x-ray) is an advanced dental imaging technique that allows us to examine individual teeth for bone loss, hidden fractures, or abscesses that may not be apparent on initial examination. The digital images are ready within minutes, reducing the amount of time your pet is exposed to radiation. This also allows us to diagnose and treat your pet quickly and efficiently.

Ultrasound

An ultrasound is a painless and non-invasive imaging procedure that allows us to examine the internal organs of the body. Images of the internal organs are produced in real time as sound waves return a picture of the organ being scanned. These high-definition images allow us to assess the internal organs to provide an accurate assessment of disease and allow for a more focused treatment plan.

Blood Pressure Monitoring

Doppler blood pressure monitoring is used to evaluate your pet’s blood pressure if they are found to have conditions that predispose to hypertension.

Anesthesia Monitoring

If your pet is undergoing a procedure that requires anesthesia, our staff members will monitor all vital signs to make sure your pet is safe and healthy. We monitor your pet’s ECG, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, carbon dioxide levels, and temperature before, during, and after surgery.