Veterinary Diagnostic Services in Greenville
Identifying Pet Health Problems & Finding Solutions
As veterinarians, we are presented with patients that are ill but cannot tell us about their illness. The purpose of diagnostic testing is to improve the outcome of treatment for our patients. These tests can give us an indication of your pet’s internal health. Our hospital has the capability to run many in-house diagnostic tests that result in shorter wait times and more convenience for our clients. We have the most current biochemistry and hematology equipment available.
Learn more about our Greenville veterinary diagnostic services when you call us at (864) 806-2070 today.
Partnered with Cutting-Edge Laboratories
At Cleveland Park Animal Hospital, skilled veterinarians and technicians coupled with the best available equipment and technology combine to quickly and effectively diagnose your pet. This diagnostic capability allows your pet to begin treatment and start feeling better as soon as possible.
However, some other advanced diagnostics may require us to submit tests and tissue samples to an outside laboratory. We are committed to using only the most trusted and reliable outside laboratories. Antech Diagnostic Laboratory, Michigan State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Gastrointestinal Laboratory at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Animal Health Diagnostic Center Cornell University, and Clemson Diagnostic Laboratory are a few of the outside laboratories we partner with.
Examples of diagnostic tests include:
- Blood Pressure Measurement
- Complete Blood Cell Count
- Serum Chemistries
- Serum Electrolytes
- Intestinal Parasite Exam
- Skin Scrapings
- Heartworm Disease, Lyme Disease, Ehrlichia, and Anaplasmosis
- Bacterial Culture and Antimicrobial Sensitivity Testing
Radiology & Ultrasound Services At Cleveland Park Animal Hospital
By making use of digital radiology (x-rays) and ultrasonography (ultrasound) in our hospital clinic (mobile visits), we can help determine what is going on with your pet’s internal systems and develop a treatment plan to get your pet feeling his or her best again.
Digital Radiology (X-Ray)
Digital radiology allows our veterinarians to take images of the body, including:
- Respiratory tract
- Gastrointestinal tract, including the stomach, intestines, and colon
- Urinary system, including the bladder and prostate
By having digital x-ray technology available, our veterinarians are able to immediately capture digital images that can be used alone or in conjunction with other diagnostic methods to determine what is wrong with your pet. If a consultation with a board-certified radiologist is indicated, these images can easily be transmitted via telemedicine. Digital radiology makes us better at internal medicine, period.
Ultrasound is a non-invasive, painless procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to create a real-time image of your pet’s internal organs. It can also show blood flowing through blood vessels. Ultrasound imaging can be performed using minimal restraint or light sedation if needed. There are no long-term health risks associated with exposure to ultrasound.
Ultrasonography can also be used to evaluate cardiac function, and determine pregnancy, image the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, spleen, and pancreas. We can also use ultrasonography to help perform diagnosis, evaluate cardiac function and examine the eyes.
Our doctors work closely with Upstate Vet Emergency & Specialty Care to offer mobile abdominal ultrasound and echocardiograms in our hospital.
“We love CPAH and Dr. Miller. Our pets have received the best possible care in a very professional environment.”- Sarah H.
“Yesterday the staff at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital helped me say goodbye to my cat of 11 years. I cannot say enough about their care and concern. Kindness comes to mind, as well as professionalism and respect.”- Tina S.
“Super great & friendly ladies, Easy to get appt for dr visit & grooming appt.”- Michelle B.