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Internal Medicine

In the veterinary profession, internal medicine is the trickiest, best described as working on a jigsaw puzzle. To create a complete picture of your pet’s health, our internists collect and match the many pieces of information they can glean from the patient’s history, clinical signs, lab results, imaging studies, and specialized testing to create a workable diagnosis.

Happy Tails has trained its doctors to efficiently diagnose severe, chronic illnesses and complicated conditions which may involve several disease processes. They treat conditions involving blood and circulatory system, endocrine system, gastrointestinal tract, the heart, kidneys, bladder, reproductive organs and respiratory tract.

  • Ultrasound allows the visualization of body organs and systems like the liver, gall bladder, spleen, kidney, pancreas and bladder.
  • Endoscopy allows us to examine and collect biopsy specimens from lungs, stomach, small intestine, colon and nose. In addition, foreign objects your pet has swallowed frequently can be retrieved by endoscopy, making surgery unnecessary.
  • X-ray is useful in visualizing the bony structures of the body and aids in identifying problems or lesions in the chest and abdominal cavity.

 

Conditions and illnesses we often diagnose and treat:

  • Cancers
  • Feline asthma and canine bronchitis
  • Fevers and weight loss
  • Gastrointestinal problems and conditions that may produce diarrhea and vomiting, including inflammatory bowel disease and protein-losing enteropathy
  • Hormonal abnormalities such as diabetes, thyroid conditions, Addison’s disease, Cushing’s disease
  • Immune system problems
  • Infections and infectious diseases
  • Internal organ dysfunctions involving liver, spleen or pancreas
  • Kidney failure and urinary problems with or without hemodialysis
  • Lung and respiratory difficulties including plural and pericardial effusions
  • Problems associated with ageing
  • Toxicities
  • Trauma and injuries