About Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology at AMC
The Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology Service at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center uses advanced imaging technologies such as radiography (x-ray), ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment planning of diseases in companion animals. The department is staffed by board-certified radiologists (Dr. Anthony Fischetti, Dr. Alexandre Le Roux, and Dr. Antonia DeJesus), postgraduate residents (a three-year program designed to prepare licensed veterinarians for board certification), and Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVTs) with a breadth of experience in Diagnostic Imaging technologies and techniques.
Notes from Diagnostic Imaging: Shining a Light on Veterinary Radiology
Have you ever wondered how veterinarians figure out that a dog has swallowed a penny? Or that a cat has eaten a toy? And, more importantly, what to do next? Meet the unsung heroes in Schwarzman AMC’s Diagnostic Imaging Service in this behind-the-scenes video.
- CT Scan
Images from our diagnostic assessments are stored on an internet-based archive for easy retrieval and dissemination to all referring veterinarians.
Residency in Diagnostic Imaging
Learn more about our postgraduate Residency in Diagnostic Imaging for veterinarians pursuing board certification.