Although most conditions can be diagnosed with a comprehensive eye examination, some situations may call for additional diagnostic tests to identify the cause of your pet’s condition. Dr. Park-Dorner will discuss the purpose of performing these diagnostics, how they are performed and provide you with an estimate of costs involved.
The following are some of the most common diagnostic tests offered:
- Electroretinogram (ERG)
- Ocular Ultrasound
- Doppler Systolic Blood Pressure Measurement
- Tissue Biopsies
- Fine Needle Aspirates (FNA)
- Culture and Sensitivity
- Specific Blood Panels
Other diagnostic tests such as radiographs, basic bloodwork and urinalysis may be recommended and performed by your regular veterinarian.We strive to work together and communicate with your regular veterinarian and any other specialists that also treat your pet in an effort to care for your pet in the most efficient and responsible manner.