Texas A&M University offers a full range of medical diagnostic imaging for small animals, large animals, and exotic pets. The field of diagnostic imaging (or ‘radiology’) centers on the diagnosis of disease from non-invasive images. Our clinical services include Small Animal Radiology, Large Animal Radiology, Small Animal Ultrasound, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and Nuclear Medicine. The VMTH is fully equipped with digital radiography, digital fluoroscopy, and a fully integrated computerized network (PACS). We perform nearly 10,000 imaging studies per year in the Large and Small Animal Clinics.
The radiology section at Texas A&M has expanded to a full complement of five senior faculty radiologists, making it one of the largest radiology sections in the country. As board certified specialists of the American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR), they can offer the greatest expertise and latest techniques in diagnostic imaging. Our faculty have years of combined experience, including an internationally recognized leader in small animal ultrasound. From radiography and ultrasound to MRI and CT, every study is evaluated by a radiologist. They work closely with the other services to tailor each patient’s exam for the most accurate diagnosis possible. Our faculty also help train veterinary residents, interns and students on the clinic floor and in the classroom.