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We transform iives. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, ACVR Radiologists and Radiation Oncologists have been making great strides in the diagnosis and treatment of animal disease by advancing the diagnostic imaging and radiotherapy procedures available to animals.

UC Davis Veterinary Surgeons Perform Rare Bilateral Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy

The radiologists in the Diagnostic Imaging Service helped the Internal Medicine Service and Soft Tissue Surgery Service develop a plan. Read More...

Radiologists Help Save Dog’s Eye after Stick Pokes Socket

A CT scan was needed to determine what damage the stick had caused. Had it only penetrated the soft tissue of the eye socket, or was there further damage to the eye, orbital bone, and even the brain? Read More..

At the Forefront of Imaging - Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

  • Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Read More...
  • Since animals cannot tell their doctors where it hurts, veterinarians rely heavily on the accuracy of enhanced imaging to diagnose disease and develop a treatment plan.. Read More...
  • UC Davis Becomes Only Veterinary Hospital in the World with a Volumetric PET Scanner. Read More...

CT and MRI as Assets in Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy Planning

Computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) have emerged as important tools for the diagnosis, staging, and monitoring of tumor response to therapy. Read More...

ACVR Resident and Diplomate Research Grant Recipients

Research grants recently awarded to ACVR Residents and Diplomates. Read More...