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Red Bank Veterinary Hospital - Tinton Falls

Veterinarians undergoing interventional radiology

Interventional Radiology & Endoscopy

We use state-of-the-art advanced imaging tools, such as fluoroscopy, CT, MRI and ultrasound, to image or visualize many areas of a pet’s body to ensure each patient receives the most thorough, yet minimally invasive care available.


With the latest C-Arm technology, we can produce faster, more detailed imaging with less radiation for increased patient safety. The Siemens Cios Alpha unit is a veterinary-industry exclusive.


We are proud to have some of the smallest, most flexible scopes available from Karl Storz Endoscopy and Olympus America. Smaller, high-resolution scopes allow for more advanced imaging and high maneuverability, leading to an increased breadth and success of procedures.

What Is The Advantage For My Pet?

  • Diagnosis and treatment can be performed at the same time

  • Decreased pain

  • Shorter hospitalization times

  • Decreased anesthesia times

  • Decreased recovery time

  • Can be an option for otherwise untreatable disease

Minimally Invasive procedures include (but are not limited to):

  • Cystoscopy (male and female)

  • Urethral stenting

  • Cystoscopic-guided laser ablation of ectopic ureters

  • Subcutaneous ureteral bypass (SUB) for ureteral obstructions

  • Percutaneous cystolithotomy (PCCL) for minimally invasive bladder stone removal

  • Laser lithotripsy for bladder and urethral stones

  • Tracheal stenting

  • Ureteral stenting

  • Laparoscopic liver biopsies

  • Collagen injections for refractory urinary incontinence

  • Stem cell injections for chronic kidney disease

  • Balloon dilation/stenting of nasopharyngeal and esophageal strictures

  • Polypectomies

  • Fluoroscopic swallow studies to evaluate esophageal function

  • Coil embolization of intrahepatic liver shunts

  • Vascular stenting for obstructive disorders