Fluoroscopy is a continuous series of xrays that allows us to image the body while it is in motion. It essentially produces a moving xray video that allows us to assess the function of organs in real time and identify abnormalities that may not be apparent on a traditional radiograph.

  • We use fluoroscopy to investigate specific problems such as:
  • A swallowing study looking at oesophageal motility disorders, strictures or reflux and regurgitation.
  • Airway Examinations looking at evidence of collapsing trachea or breathing difficulties.
  • Examining the flow of blood through abnormal vessels in the body.
  • Minimally invasive repair of fractures with accurate placement of implants in real time.

How we use the scanner:

Reference: Sergey Golubev. (Aug 5, 2018). FIDEX Multi-Modality Veterinary CR/CT/Fluoroscopy Scanner from Animage.