Our Services

The radiology service provides complete diagnostic imaging services to all hospital patients and teleradiology and a mobile ultrasound service to referring veterinarians. Our professional faculty and staff offer excellent, timely service to our veterinary patients and their clinicians.

Service Highlights

  • 4 board-certified radiologists; 7 radiology residents; 7 technologists; 1 ultrasound technologist
  • Digital radiography, fluoroscopy, diagnsoitc ultrasound, multidetector computed tomography (MDCT), nuclear medicine services, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Diagnostic Imaging Hours

8:00am - 6:00pm, Monday - Friday

Emergency radiology, CT and ultrasound: Available at any time

What to Expect

All imaging patients are referred to Radiology by a clinical service within the Veterinary Medical Center (e.g., surgery, internal medicine, oncology, neurology, cardiology, dermatology). Your primary care Veterinary Medical Center clinician will explain the results of the imaging examination to you. If necessary, the radiologists are available for consultation. Preliminary imaging reports are available the day of the examination, with final reports available the following morning.

Special Equipment & Technology

  • Digital radiography: 2 small animal radiology machines, fluoroscopy, and 2 dedicated large animal radiology suites
  • Three diagnostic ultrasound machines (in-house)
  • Nuclear medicine suite equipped with large and small field-of-view gamma cameras; motion correction software
  • Multidetector (128-slice) CT scanner for rapid patient imaging; CT table for horse and farm animals up to 2,000 lbs. 
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - 3T Phillips Ingenia for small and large animal imaging

Common Conditions & Procedures

  • Thoracic, abdominal, and musculoskeletal radiography
  • Special radiographic procedures: myelography, excretory urography and cystography, fluoroscopic examination of the esophagus and trachea, barium gastrointestinal studies, and arthrography
  • Ultrasound examinations: Abdominal, thoracic and musculoskeletal ultrasound. Needle aspirates and biopsies using ultrasound guidance.
  • Nuclear medicine examinations: bone scans in horses, thyroid studies in cats, including I-131 hyperthyroid therapy, and evaluation for portosystemic shunts and renal disorders
  • CT examinations: assessment of diseases of the head, spine, ears, heart, lungs, abdomen, bones and joints. When necessary, CT can be used to guide needle biopsies
  • MR examinations: Small animal neurologic imaging (brain and spine), Equine musculoskeletal and head imaging


  • Eric Green, DVM, DACVR (Radiology and Radiation Oncology), Professor-Clinical, Radiology and Integrated Oncology Section Head
  • Amy Habing, DVM, DACVR, Assistant Professor-Clinical, Mobile Ultrasound
  • Eric Travis Hostnik, DVM, MS, DACVR, DACVR-EDI, Assistant Professor



  • Denise Bailey, RT, Supervisor
  • Danelle Auld, Ultrasound Tech
  • Lindsay Cosmi, RVT
  • Kathrine Hardin, RVT
  • Jessica Justice, RVT
  • Amber Payne, RVT
  • Kelli Pirtle Manire, RVT
  • Sierra Wert, RVT
  • Kelly Winn, RVT


  • Alex Boyer
  • Mercedes Cantu
  • Jamal Garcia
  • Sharese Resendez

Image Film Referral Service

Imaging study interpretation is available through the Diagnostic Imaging Service by mail-in or teleradiology