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Interventional Radiology – Small Animal

Interventional Radiology

About Interventional Radiology – Small Animal

Interventional Radiology is an exciting field that allows for non-invasive treatment of many diseases in small animals that were previously difficult to treat. Through advanced imaging technology, we are now able to view nearly every structure in the body, allowing us to make comprehensive diagnoses of problems and treat animals with more targeted therapies.

The Foster Hospital for Small Animals' radiology unit includes X-rays, fluoroscopy and CAT scans. Once a particular organ is imaged and a diagnosis made, our veterinarians can use a variety of catheters, coils, stents, glue or other devices to improve blood flow to certain organs, stop blood flow to other organs or safely deliver drugs directly to cancerous tissues.

Through a combination of advanced imaging equipment and expert diagnosis, our veterinarians are now able to treat diseases of the heart, kidneys, urinary tract, lung and windpipe, certain liver disease, and many forms of cancer with lower risk, less pain and a quicker recovery than with conventional surgical techniques.


Our Doctors in Interventional Radiology – Small Animal

  • Suzanne Cunningham
    Suzanne Cunningham
    Associate Professor, Cardiology
  • Mary Labato
    Mary Labato
    Clinical Professor
  • Elizabeth A. Rozanski
    Elizabeth A. Rozanski
    Associate Professor
  • John E. Rush
    John E. Rush

Do you have emergency?

The Emergency Service at the Foster Hospital for Small Animals is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you and your pet. We serve central Massachusetts as a primary emergency hospital, and New England and beyond for referral of critically ill or injured pets.

Henry & Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals

Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University
55 Willard St.
N. Grafton, MA 01536
Fax: 508-839-7951
Pharmacy: 508-887-4850