Have you noticed that your pet seems to develop jaws of steel when it's time for a dose of medicine? As you struggle to pry apart your furry friend's teeth, you know you only have one chance to dr ...View Article
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Dr. Mitterling is always looking for the best and most efficient way to diagnose and treat a problem for your pet. X-rays, which are non-invasive and painless, can be a useful way of detecting and diagnosing some abnormalities.
Because of that, Dr. Mitterling's Mobile Veterinary Clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art digital X-ray. Digital X-Ray uses sensors instead of traditional photographic film. The signal is captured and sent to a computer where it is digitized so that images can be immediately displayed on a monitor. It is faster than traditional X-Ray and provides the ability to digitally enhance overall display quality of the image.
Because Digital X-rays are stored in a computer file, your pet's X-ray can be transmitted electronically to you if you wish.
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