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Digital cytology

We pride ourselves on being one of the few clinics in Scotland with access to digital cytology. This cutting-edge technology allows us to rapidly analyse cell samples from your pet in emergency situations, aiding in the swift diagnosis of various conditions.

With digital cytology, samples can be quickly examined by expert clinical pathologists, reducing wait times for results and allowing for prompt treatment. This advanced service exemplifies our commitment to providing top-notch care for our patients.

Digital cytology is an advanced diagnostic method designed to provide precise insights into your pet’s health. This technology involves the microscopic examination of cells, allowing our vets to detect abnormalities or potential issues in a highly detailed manner.

This is particularly useful when investigating lumps, bumps or abnormalities that may require immediate attention. By harnessing this digital technology, our team can examine these cellular details with heightened accuracy, facilitating a more comprehensive understanding of your pet’s condition.

The advantages of digital cytology extend to its capacity for swift sharing and collaboration. Digital images of cell samples can be easily transmitted and reviewed by specialists, enabling a collective and timely assessment of your pet’s health status. Whether it’s assessing skin lesions, evaluating organ function or detecting abnormalities in bodily fluids, our digital cytology service enhances our ability to diagnose and address your pet’s emergency health concerns with precision and efficiency.

In an emergency situation, time is of the essence and our digital cytology service plays a vital role in ensuring we can rapidly and accurately examine cell samples and provide an exact diagnosis to give your furry friend immediate care.

Providing treatment for every stage of your pets life.

We have particular expertise in the emergency treatment of dogs and cats. Get in touch to find out more.