We aim to create a reliable relationship with you, to get to the most accurate diagnostic for your patients.

We make a commitment to answer in the day to your questions and in case of emergencies, within the hour. We interpret radiographs, ultrasound, CT,  MRI and nuclear medicine images. By clicking the button " send us your cases ", you will obtain a personalized and secure access by telephone or email as well as the radiologist's opinion on your patient.

We aim to provide a high quality interpretation, and a trust-based relationship with the clinician. This collaboration turns out essential to offer you the best service.

See an example of CT report.

We also offer consultancy service concerning the purchase of imaging devices (e.g. CT scanner), their installation and use. Please feel free to contact us for a preliminary estimate of the rate of the service.


Our team consists of veterinarians Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. Our training was in different imaging fields in accredited universities (radiology, CT, MRI, scintigraphy, ultrasound) in both equine, small animals and exotics. College preparation also requires a solid knowledge in internal medicine, neurology, cardiology, surgery ...etc, that will allow the best service. Our knowledge of medical imaging physics will help us to answer technical questions and to optimize your imaging systems. 


It is possible to contact us by phone or email to discuss about your cases. We guarantee total discretion on your patients.

A fast answer

We are available 24 x 7 x 365 days of the year for all emergencies. Less urgent cases are interpreted in 24-48 hours from monday to friday.

A personalized service

Our main goal is to provide a personalized service and a high-quality interpretation.

A convenient and easy access

You just need to have an internet access and click on the button "send us your case”. Preferably examinations will be sent in DICOM format for veterinarians who own a digital radiography. For veterinarians who have an analog system, it is possible photographing or scanning hard copies and sending them in JPEG or TIFF format (uncompressed). 

See how to send your images.