Ultrasonography; Abdomen, Cardiac

Ultrasonography has become an essential diagnostic tool, enabling the veterinarian to diagnose a range of diseases and conditions, including diseases of the liver, kidney, spleen, stomach, intestine, bladder, and gallbladder, as well as detecting foreign bodies in the gastrointestinal tract.

Ultrasounds are also used to rule out any of the above and more if radiographs weren’t successful in doing so.

If any tumours/masses are present, ultrasound-guided biopsies provide a much clearer picture of the progression of the disease, without invasive exploratory surgery