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Supported by the latest computertomography technology (3D color CT diagnostic),
we are able to diagnose diseases, from the brain to the limbs in a gentle way,
to ensure the optimum treatment for your pet.

The pet will be anesthetized for a few minutes,
so that it lies still and relaxed for the duration of the examination.

Professor Dr. med. vet (et) Safwat Ali Hassan



THE TECHNIQUE
With the CT-HiSpeed Dual of General Electric, three-dimensional colored diagrams of the diseased area will be produced. The three-dimensional diagram enhances the diagnosis for a proper treatment. Times of rotation and scanning are greatly shortened and the level of radiation was considerably lowered in comparison to traditional devices.

CT-CONTROLLED
TREATMENT OF SPINAL DISEASES
Thanks to the computertomogram of the respective spine segments, an injection to treat the prolapsed disk is possible. The injection needle can be pushed precise on the millimetre to the prolapsed disk and a control-CT-picture makes sure that the correct position has been reached, then the medication can be installated on the prolapsed disk.

 

THE PROCEDURE
For the examination, the patients will be anesthetized for a few minutes. Therefore, a venous puncture will be made and the patient will be intubated. The examination only needs a few minutes. Organs with lumen, i.e. intestine or bronchus can be visualized, comparably with a flight through the organs.
computertomographie
CT-INDICATIONS


I. GENERAL INDICATION
a. Abnormals, when conventional x-ray     diagnosis is not near enough
b. Assessment of tumors
c. Course- and therapy controls

computertomographie

computertomographie

II. SPECIAL INDICATION
1. Brain
  Tumors
Bleedings, acute
Blood flow, contrast studies
Soft part calcification
2. Nose
  Tumors
Inflammations
3. Bony Orbit
  Assessment of bone structure
Structures and processes beside or behind the eyeball
4. Ear
  Alteration of auditory canals
Tumors
Disease of middle ear
5. Scull
  Fractures
Tumors
6. Spine
  Intervertebral disk prolapse
Tumors
Vertebral osteomyelitis
Cauda equina syndrom
 
7. Limbs
  Elbow displasia
Joint deseases
Diseases of plexus brachialis
Tendon clcinosis
Tumors
8. Thorax
  Mediastinal tumors
Costal tumors
Pulmonary tumors- and metastasis
9. Abdominal cavity
  Pancreas, liver
Organs of pelvic cavity, i.e. prostate
Organs of retroperitoneal space
(i.e. renals, lymph nodes etc.)
10. Minimalinvasive therapy
  peridicular therapy
facet infiltration
ilio sacral joint injection
peridural catheter
 


CT BILDER


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Resting the pet for CT recording

 

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Preparation of contrast record with CT automatic KM injector

 

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Observation of the anesthesia during CT

 

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Positioning for CT-controlled MIT

 

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Judgement of diagnostic findings

 

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Positioning for CT-controlled MIT

 

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3D lower leg osteosarcom

 

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3D multiple pelvic fracture

 

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KM accumulation - tumor in the nasal cavity

 

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3D-ISG-luxation with angular-illium fracture