Digital Radiography 

Radiography uses radiation (x-rays) to image dense structures such as bone. Radiography is the diagnostic modality of choice for disease processes involving bone, such as arthritis, laminitis, and fractures. Digital Radiography, as opposed to traditional film radiography, enables us to view the radiographs moments after they are taken. We are able to evaluate radiographs immediately, obtain additional views if needed, and proceed with treatment or further diagnostics without waiting for films to develop. EMA has a digital radiography unit on each truck.