Internal Medicine

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In internal medicine, experts from the Clinic for Ruminants provide assistance with diseases of the skin and lymphatic system, heart and coronary system, respiratory and digestive illnesses, kidney and urinary tract diseases, neurological disorders and mammary gland illnesses.

In addition to a comprehensive clinical examination, additional diagnostic tests are conducted, such as a blood, urine and stool analysis (at the dairy laboratory of the Clinic). Furthermore, ultrasound and endoscopy are available and in cooperation with the Clinical Unit of Diagnostic Imaging also x-ray, MRI and CT scan.

Diagnostics Imaging

Ultrasound

Ultrasound diagnostics is especially suited for diagnosing diseases of internal organs. It helps to confirm suspected cases of heart, lung, lever, kidney and urinary tract diseases.

Endoscopy

The Clinic for Ruminants has used endoscopy as a routine diagnostic tool to supplement the clinical examination for several years. It helps to analyse the surfaces of hollow organs and to evaluate changes in a quantitative manner. Furthermore, endoscopy allows the physician to observe the tissue sample collecting procedure. Using endoscopy, even minimal invasive surgical interventions are possible.

X-ray, CT scan and MRI

In collaboration with the Clinical Unit of Diagnostic Imaging of the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, additional diagnostics imaging methods such as x-ray, CT scan and MRI are successfully conducted. CT scan and MRI are especially suited for confirming clinically suspected diagnoses of the central nervous system.

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Ophthalmology

To ensure optimal results, diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases is performed in collaboration with ophthalmology experts.

For more information on ophthalmological services (administered at the Clinic for Small Animals) 9

 

Dentistry

The Clinic for Ruminants provides treatment options for all dental and jaw diseases, including jaw fractures, using state-of-the-art diagnostic methods. Aside from conventional examination methods via headlight and mouth gate, a special oral camera (oral endoscopy), digital x-ray and a CT scanner are also available for the examination and diagnostic procedure.


To ensure optimal results, diagnostics and treatment of dental and jaw diseases are performed in collaboration with large animal surgery and orthopaedics experts from the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna.

For more information on dental services (administered at the Equine Clinic)
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