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OPHTHAMOLOGY

Although routine eye matters can frequently be handled by a general veterinarian, sometimes the problems may be serious and require special attention. It is a very sensitive organ, the function of which may be affected…

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ONCOLOGY

Oncology deals with prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Clinical oncology consists of three primary disciplines: medical oncology (the treatment of cancer with medicine including chemotherapy), surgical…

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LAPAROSCOPY

Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical (MIS) technique for viewing the internal structures of the abdomen by introducing a camera and specialised instruments into the body via two small incisions made…

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ENDOSCOPY

Endoscopy is the use of specialized video cameras to evaluate areas within the body in a minimally invasive manner. In most instances, endoscopy is performed for diagnostic purposes allowing visualization and…

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CARDIOLOGY

Heart diseases are quite common in animals and can be adequately handled in most of the cases. Veterinary cardiologists focus on diagnosing and treating disease of the heart and lungs which include Congestive heart…

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BLOOD TRANSFUSION IN ANIMALS

As in humans, blood transfusion in animals can be a life saving procedure. It is done in the following conditions: Hemorrhage, When hemocrit (HCT: Volume of RBCs per 100 ml of blood) has fallen below 20% in dogs and 15%…

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DENTISTRY

Veterinarian dentists prevent, diagnose and treat conditions, diseases and disorders of the oral cavity, maxillofacial region, and its associated structures in animals. Unlike other veterinarian fields where the pet…

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DERMATOLOGY

This branch deals with the study, treatment and diseases of the skin. Skin disease is a very common and frequently occurring problem in dogs and cats. Due to the pet’s fur coat, it is not always easy to notice when the

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DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

Veterinarians utilize the advanced imaging modalities of radiography (x-ray), ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment planning of diseases

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NEUROLOGY

Neurological services are responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect the brain, spine, peripheral nerves and muscles. Common symptoms of such diseases include reduced motor coordination and

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HEMATOLOGY

The study of number and morphology of cellular elements of the blood- the RBCs, WBCs, and the platelets can be used to diagnose and monitor diseases. Companion animals suffer from diseases of all blood

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HYDROTHERAPY

Hydrotherapy involves therapeutic exercise in the form of swimming or walking in water. At Maxvets we have an underwater treadmill that allows dogs and cats to walk in water, as well as a swimming pool for swimming pool

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ORTHOPEDICS

Since pets spend most of their time moving around, they are prone to get injuries and diseases related to bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons of the body frequently. These affect their ability to move efficiently

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PHYSIO AND REHAB

Physiotherapy and rehab are an extremely important part to the overall treatment process. To be able to return to their normal everyday lives, pets need to go through proper therapy just as in humans.There are specialists

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SOFT TISSUE

soft tissue veterinary medicine, a myriad of diseases and conditions concerning muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, nerves, fibrous tissues, fat, blood vessels, and synovial membranes are diagnosed and treated. Most

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EXOTIC PET MED

Although keeping exotic animals as pets can be fun and exciting but taking care of them medically is much more challenging than caring for their daily needs. Most of the veterinarians are trained only to treat canines and