OVRA is proud to offer Outpatient CT (computed tomography)! In this specialized type of radiology, an x-ray tube moves around the body to continuously project imaging. In veterinary medicine, a CT scan is often used for imaging the chest, abdomen, nose, bones and joints. This technology is very useful when looking at parts of the body such as the lungs and thorax, nasal passage and sinuses, ears, abdomen, and some orthopedic structures. CT scans are non-invasive and are not painful.
Please note, the current estimate for an outpatient CT is $2,200 – $3,000. A deposit of $2,200 is due the morning of drop-off for the outpatient CT. All CT Scans will be sent to IDEXX diagnostic laboratory for routine radiologist review, and reports will be sent directly to the rDVM on the case via email so they can move forward.
For any questions, please get in touch with OVRA and ask for the outpatient CT coordinator.