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Radiographs Only—A radiologist provides a detailed written interpretation of radiographs in conjunction with patient medical history.
Sonograms Only—A radiologist provides a detailed written interpretation of abdominal ultrasound in conjunction with patient medical history.
Radiographs and Sonograms—A radiologist provides a detailed written interpretation of radiographs and sonograms in conjunction with patient medical history.
A radiologist provides a detailed written interpretation of MRI or CT in conjunction with patient medical history.
Radiology Consult—A radiologist provides a detailed written interpretation of radiographs in conjunction with patient medical history. Prepurchase examinations are also available.
Rochelle Salwei, DVM, DACVR
Dr. Salwei completed her residency at the University of Wisconsin in 2004. Prior to that, she lived in Sacramento, California and worked one year in general practice after finishing a small animal medicine and surgery internship at the Sacramento Animal Medical Group. Her veterinary training was at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2004, Dr. Salwei joined VDIC, which was later acquired by IDEXX Laboratories in 2009. Dr. Salwei functions as an in house radiologist where she reads analog films, teleradiology and performs in-house and road ultrasound services. In her spare time, she is an avid dog agility competitor. She trials competitively with her border collie, Digsy, and has a second dog in training named Tate.
A cardiologist provides a detailed written assessment of a radiograph/echocardiogram/ECG in conjunction with patient medical history. The report provides diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations.
This service is designed for equine, bovine and llama ECGs. Indications for this service include suspected arrhythmia and insurance and prepurchase examinations. Your report typically provides detailed rate and rhythm diagnosis, identification of potential problems and diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations (subject to specialist availability).
Brief assessments of ECGs without therapeutic recommendations.
Pre-op—Brief assessment of the patient’s cardiac risk of sedation or anesthesia
Geriatric—Brief assessment of the senior patient’s ECG
Heartworm—Brief assessment of the ECG related to risk of heartworm treatment
Pre-chemotherapy—Brief assessment of the ECG related to administration of cardiotoxic therapies
Holter monitor (available in U.S. only)
A Holter monitor documents the frequency and severity of an arrhythmia over a 24-hour period. It is also used to determine the necessity or efficacy of antiarrhythmic therapy. Specialists evaluate the results and provide a written report.
Allison Adams, DVM, DACVIM
Dr. Adams received her DVM from the University of Tennessee in 2004. She completed a rotating internship in 2005 at the University of Pennsylvania and her cardiology residency in 2008 at North Carolina State University. She began her career in a private specialty practice in Charleston, South Carolina, where she enjoyed life on the beach with a fishing pole in hand. But 2 years of sand, salt, and the occasional flounder couldn’t hold Dr. Adams back from her professional pursuits, and she headed west. It wasn’t only the cooler temperatures and low humidity of Colorado that excited Dr. Adams. The real draw was joining the cardiology department at Colorado State University and then, in 2010, joining IDEXX as the manager of cardiology for IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants. She now spends her professional time advancing the IDEXX cardiology business and her free time hiking, skiing, cooking, fishing, and spending time with her toy poodle, Junior.
A dentist provides a detailed written interpretation of dental radiographs and/or pictures in conjunction with patient medical history.
This service is designed for all exotic species of mammals, reptiles, birds and fish, including exotic pet, wildlife and zoo/aquatic cases. A board-certified zoological medicine specialist provides a detailed written interpretation of radiographs, sonograms, endoscopy, clinical pathology and pathology in conjunction with patient medical history.
An internist provides a detailed written treatment plan based on patient medical history, lab work and radiologist's interpretation.
A dermatologist provides a detailed written interpretation based on pathology report and/or photos in conjunction with patient medical history.
Stephen J. Divers, BVetMed, DZooMed, DECZM (Herp), DACZM, FRCVS
Dr. Divers graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 1994 and earned his degree in zoological medicine from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). He is a diplomate of both the American and European Colleges of Zoological Medicine, a European Veterinary Specialist in Zoological Medicine (zoo health management) and an international Fulbright specialist in zoological medicine. He was voted Exotic DVM of the Year in 2006. He heads the Zoological Medicine Service and supervises the ACZM zoological residency program at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, and has published and lectured extensively on exotic medicine.
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