Affecting spleen and heart.
SVS is committed to remain on the forefront of veterinary medicine by continually integrating treatments and procedures that can increase longevity and improve the quality of life for our patients. Our doctors are in close collaboration with both human and veterinary teaching and research facilities throughout the U.S. to provide integrated programs of patient care and education. Examples of services offered at SVS include ventilatory support for critical patients, endoscopy, brain and spinal neurosurgery, minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopy/thoracoscopy), Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO), advanced soft tissue and oncological surgery, exotic animal surgery and more. SVS also supports and has close working relationships with physical therapy and rehabilitation medicine veterinarians, as well as complementary medicine (acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine) practitioners.
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Pathology is the study of disease. Pathologists have been trained extensively in the study of disease. Veterinary clinical pathology involves interpretation of changes in a Complete Blood Count (CBC), blood biochemistry analytes, urine analysis, as well as microscopic evaluation of whole cells on slides, or cytology, the study of cells.
Our specialists in Emergency and Critical Care have advanced training and expertise in treating life-threatening conditions and providing intensive care to veterinary patients. Our specialists are available 7 days a week and work alongside our other specialty departments and the Kirkland Emergency Service. Dr. Megan Davis...
Our three board certified veterinary dental specialists will continue to work towards an environment that helps minimize stress for both their clients and their pets. The new dental suite and dental operatory is equipped with state-of-the-art dental, anesthesia, and monitoring equipment.