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We Offer Same Day Service
Three Hour Turn-Around Time
Ultravet Mobile is the leading provider of mobile ultrasound in the northeast. We offer 3 hour turn-around-time for our ultrasound diagnostic services, which will allow for immediate diagnosis and targeted treatment for your patients. We have a team of highly experienced ultrasound specialists on the road. Your scans will be read by our team of board-certified specialists. We typically can provide same day or next day appointments so your patients do not need to wait for a diagnosis.
We also offer STAT reads, at a nominal fee, for your critical patients, providing immediate results. One of our specialists will speak with you over the phone to discuss the case.
- Outstanding and reliable service
- Rapid turn-around-time
- Images read by board-certified specialists
February 2017 Case of the Month
Presenting Problem: Abdominal pain over the course of three days - increase in severity the day of the abdominal scan, projectile vomited water at treatment facility. Possible pancreatic concerns. Abdominal Scan: The liver appears within normal limits in size and echogenicity without evidence of mass or cyst. No evidence of intrahepatic bilary dilation is seen, normal gallbladder. No definite abnormality of the pancreas is seen. The proximal intestines are thickened. There appears to also be an intussusception present. There are multiple moderately to severely enlarged mesenteric nodes present in the cranial abdomen. The mesenteries are very thickened and hyperechoic. No foreign body seen. There are a couple of small hyperechoic nodules within the spleen. There is no evidence of hydronephrosis, mass, cyst, stone or perinephric fluid collection on the left kidney. There is no evidence of hydronephrosis, mass, cyst, stone or perinephric fluid collection on the right kidney. The adrenal glands appear normal. No definite abnormality of the aorta, caudal vena cava, or common iliac arteries is seen. The bladder is well visualized. No sediment present. Mild generalized peritoneal fluid is seen in the abdomen. Conclusion: Ascites with thickened mesenteries, mesenteric lymphadenopathy, thickened intestines and intussusception. R/O partial perforation. Treatment Plan: Recommend abdominal exploratory.
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We are the longest standing mobile practice in New York.
Ultravet Mobile was started in 1989 by Dr. George Kramer. The business originally operated under the name “Ultravet Diagnostics” until April 2005 when it became designated as Ultravet Mobile and operations were moved from Mineola to Bohemia, NY. Ultravet Mobile continues to provide outstanding mobile ultrasound and consulting services to veterinarians in the New York metropolitan area.
Currently staffed by several board certified DVM’s and certified sonographers, Ultravet Mobile is the leader in the Northeast in providing mobile ultrasound and consulting services.