Myelography Dogs

  • Dog
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Neurology

Myelography is an invasive procedure using contrast fluid and X-ray/CT for spinal canal investigation. It offers detailed insights but carries nerve tissue risks, conducted by experienced professionals.

Myelography is a radiological investigation of the spinal canal using a contrast agent. The contrast fluid is injected into the spinal canal and then examined by diagnostic X-ray or CT scan. This gives the vet more information about your dog than a conventional X-ray or CT. Myelography is an invasive procedure and there is a risk of damaging nerve tissue. The procedure is therefore performed only in special situations and by experienced colleagues.

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