Bush Advanced Veterinary Imaging

Contact Us

Phone: 571-209-1163
Fax: 703-775-0070
radiology@vetradassociates.com

We are available Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm.

Holiday hours may vary, please call us for details.

Radiology
Radiology

For Pet Owners

We offer non-invasive referral outpatient ultrasounds appointments. Diagnostic ultrasound is a directed study to help diagnose medical conditions when used in combination with your pet’s medical history. Your veterinarian may refer your pet for an ultrasound to further investigate possible disease processes causing your pet’s clinical symptoms, or to monitor diseases during treatment.

Our appointments are streamlined to make your trip as easy and convenient as possible. Most appointments are approximately one hour in length. During that time we are able to perform the ultrasound exam, complete a written report and speak to your primary care veterinarian all helping to advise you the next best steps for the continued medical care of your pet.

When tissue sampling is indicated, VRA also offers fine needle aspirates. This procedure involves inserting a small needle into the area of interest and collecting a small sample for microscopic evaluation by a board-certified pathologist. This procedure is only performed when indicated and with the prior written approval by you, the pet owner, and your primary care veterinarian.

Things to know before your appointment:

  • An outpatient ultrasound consultation form should be sent by your veterinarian prior to the appointment.
  • Please complete our new client and patient form.
    • Click here to use our online form for easy convenience. The online form will email to us when complete.
    • Or, click here to download the PDF version which can be completed and emailed or hand carried to your appointment.
  • Please do not feed your pet 12 hours prior to your appointment. If your pet has special feeding needs please contact us.
  • Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to complete our check-in process.
  • Plan on spending at least one hour at your appointment.

What is an ACVR radiologist?

Why include an ACVR radiologist in your pet's health care?