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Diagnostic imaging

Published on March 17, 2023


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Diagnostic imaging

We present to you two machines that are widely used to diagnose a large number of pathologies that could affect your animal friends.

The diagnostic imaging service of the “La Trinità” veterinary hospital uses both first level equipment such as radiology and ultrasound, and second level equipment (see previous newsletter: Computerized Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging).


Diagnostic imaging

Radiology has always played a fundamental role in the recognition of the majority of thoracic and abdominal pathologies as well as still being the most practical, economical and easy-to-use diagnostic tool in the orthopedic field.


The ultrasound

The ultrasound

Ultrasound is an important diagnostic tool for cardiac pathologies, alongside and completing radiography. The ultrasound equipment allows the execution of both cardiological and abdominal examinations, allowing the internal structure of the organs to be observed, to recognize effusions and to carry out fine needle cytological samples with targeted positioning of the instrument, even from small caliber lesions. Pregnancy diagnoses and monitoring, abdominal ultrasounds and echocardiographies are routinely carried out

Our Vision … The Veterinary Hospital for small animals La Trinità

It will be equipped with 2 x-ray machines with a direct digital system with a particular software for veterinary orthopedics and 2 fixed ultrasound machines, one of which is equipped to carry out echocardiograms, and 1 portable one.

The mission

Save as many lives as possible by fighting against every form of pathology, neglect, indifference, negligence, mistreatment, abuse and exploitation.


For La Trinità

Written by:

Alessandro Rottoli

Health director

Veterinarian member of the specialist Society of Italian Veterinary Oncology (SIONCOV).
Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the State University of Milan, Italy in 2008.
II level Master in Diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Camerino (MC), Italy in 2013.

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