The WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital Diagnostic Imaging section utilizes all
modern imaging modalities including digital and computed radiography,
ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),
fluoroscopy, and nuclear medicine. Four ACVR board certified radiologists use
state-of-the-art technologies to interpret images while training radiology
residents and instructing fourth year DVM students. A busy referral service is
also provided for film interpretation. We strive to deliver timely, considerate,
and skillful diagnostic imaging service for our patients, clinicians, students,
and referring veterinarians.
Trauma patient, "Patch"
a young Coton-de-Tulear was successfully treated in 2010 aided by
information provided by WSU's new CT scanner