Stanley Veterinary Clinic is now able to offer even better and more advanced imaging services with the addition of our new Vimago imaging system which includes both CT capabilities and fluoroscopy. The technology in this CT scanner is a new and improved method of performing CT scans which allows for higher definition and better quality images than what has ever been seen before. Not only does it provide better imaging than any other CT machine (even including what is available in human medicine), but it can do so with a fraction of the radiation used by standard CT scanners, meaning your pet is exposed to as little radiation as possible. These images are then gathered by the computer and put into files that allow them to be viewed in grey scale, color, 3D modeling, and viewed in any orientation which, simply put, means better ability to diagnose more accurately. Also, we can electronically send these emails to board-certified radiologists, as needed, to get reports from the absolute experts in the field. These scans can even be 3D printed into a physical model to allow for surgical planning and other uses.


The Vimago™ imaging platform employs HDVI™ technology, which produces incredibly detailed,
3D images of your pet’s anatomy.

Vimago™ also has onboard Digital Radiography and Fluoroscopy; which allows us to create real-time, moving, x-ray images to help better enable diagnosis and aid us with surgical outcomes.

Vimago™ uses considerably less radiation than other devices, which decreases your pets radiation exposure time compared to other imaging techniques.


HDVI™ (High-Definition Volumetric Imaging) is a new, proprietary and patented imaging technology, similar to CT (Computed Tomography) that provides unprecedented diagnostic and interventional information for clinicians.

HDVI™ data can provide resolution as small as 0.09mm (about the thickness of a human hair). Clinicians can see the data in any angle, thickness or orientation. The results are superior diagnostic confidence – and why HDVI™ is the new standard for primary imaging.


  • Dentistry
  • Tumors: identification and assessment
  • Trauma
  • Foreign bodies
  • Discovering abnormalities anywhere in the body
  • To assist in surgical planning

Diagnostic Fluoroscopy may be used for: coughing, swallow studies, shunts, collapsing tracheas and more

Interventional Fluoroscopy may be used for: biopsies, endoscopy and more.

So, what does this all mean for you? We at Stanley Veterinary Clinic now have the most up to date radiography technology to more accurately and quickly diagnose your furry family members!

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