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With a mobile X-ray  unit and portable monitor, we can assess the image quality immediately, thereby  avoiding costly and time-consuming trips to process standard X-ray cassettes.

Radiology

Technology plays a key role in caring for our equines, and Miller & Associates veterinarians employ high-resolution digital radiography to provide the best possible X-ray images for our clients.

With a mobile X-ray unit and portable monitor, we can assess the image quality immediately, thereby avoiding costly and time-consuming trips to process standard X-ray cassettes.

The image quality with a digital machine is also much better when compared to standard images, and these state-of-the-art images can be digitally enlarged with pinpoint accuracy to reveal additional detail and problems that might have been missed on less advanced X-ray systems.

The digital images are stored on a database in our office, and are easily accessible for review by our staff and can be electronically delivered around the world via the Internet as well as produced on a CD for your files.

Mobile radiology technology
Fuji DR Flex System

Miller & Associates has taken their mobile x-ray technology to the next level with the Fuji FDR Flex system.

Because conditions in barns and at horse shows are not uniform, Miller & Associates now has a wireless battery operated x-ray unit so we can be assured of producing the same high-quality image regardless of where we are working. The wireless feature is especially kind to the horse, with no cables to maneuver into position.

Digital ultrasonography is similar to radiology in that it provides  structural information about the site in question.

Ultrasonography

Digital ultrasonography is similar to radiology in that it provides structural information about the site in question. Ultrasonography is used extensively to evaluate soft tissue injuries in the equine limbs, including muscular, vascular, tendon, ligaments and bursal defects as well as evaluating joint and bony surfaces.

Conventional ultrasonography can also identify changes in soft-tissue density and fiber integrity of tendons and ligaments during the training process, monitor the healing process after injuries and also provides veterinarians with the opportunity to assess fluid accumulation.

Miller & Associates captures ultrasonography images in a digital format on new, state-of-the-art digital machines, and then these images are stored in our database. This effectively eliminates bulky paper printers and insures the endurance of a quality image.

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