When your pet has a medical condition, you need an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan tailored to his or her needs. Our experienced Oakland vets perform tests - and provide insight into results.
Diagnostic imaging involves using electromagnetic radiation and other technologies that allow us to produce extremely detailed images of your pet's internal structures.
Our advanced tools at East Bay Veterinary Clinic vet lab helps us to accurately diagnose your pet's medical issues. We offer a range of services, from digital radiology to blood chemistry and complete blood count (CBC) tests.
Using our diagnostic imaging capabilities, we're able to provide more immediate treatment options and share information efficiently.
In our in-house veterinary laboratory, we can perform tests and get results quickly, so that your vet can diagnose your pet's symptoms and start treatment as soon as possible. We've stocked our pharmacy with a wide selection of prescription diets and medications, giving us quick access to any medications your pet may require while in our care.
At our in-house laboratory, we are proud to offer advanced diagnostics to allow our veterinarians to provide an accurate diagnosis for your pet's medical issues.
We're able to use a radiograph (digital x-ray) to examine your pet's internal structures, so information that may be invisible from the outside is revealed.
Radiography is a painless, safe and non-invasive procedure that uses only very low doses of radiation. Since the level of radiation exposure needed to perform radiography is so low, even very young pets and pregnant females may undergo this procedure.
Our vets use radiographs to evaluate organs and bones, and to diagnose conditions including chronic arthritis, bladder stones, spinal cord diseases, fractured bones and some tumors.
A chemistry panel assesses the function of the liver and kidneys, blood proteins, pancreas, electrolyte levels and more for signs of disease. These tests are run on the fluid contained in a blood sample.
Quantities of each chemical can help your vet learn which of the body's organs may be diseased or malfunctioning.
A complete Blood Count (CBC) reveals information about the cells in your pet's blood, including total number, size, shape and appearance. It is an examination of the cells contained in a blood sample.
Your vet will learn about your pet's immune system response, infection, blood clotting, anemia, level of hydration and other data essential to diagnosis.