Now using GE LOGIQ™ eVet NextGEN Portable Ultrasound!
Provides the ability to image both very superficial and deep anatomy, with excellent penetration with enhanced spatial and contact resolution for outstanding image clarity.
Vets use ultrasonography for viewing subcutaneous structures in your horse’s body, such as tendons, muscles, joints, vessels and internal organs.
Sound waves are used to help create a visual picture without any invasive procedures. The ultrasound is an extremely valuable, yet often underutilized tool in diagnosis and treatment. It’s an excellent way to image joints and subchondral bone lesions, in addition to soft tissue, and has the ability to see inside a tendon or ligament, where other diagnostics can not.