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Scanvet Mobile Ultrasound

We offer high-level ultrasound and diagnostics to veterinarians in central Maine, from Portland to Agusta. Every scan includes a detailed report with treatment recommendations.

How Scanvet Can Benefit Your Practice

  • The pet, client, and treatment remain with your practice; no referral is necessary.
  • Your patient gets an ultrasound when they need it
  • Fast, efficient scans with the highest level of imaging

You will receive a report within the next day to assure you are getting the most complete and accurate assessment for every patient.

Our Services

Abdominal Study

Includes all organs. However, answering the clinical question is paramount. Therefore, the exam will concentrate most on achieving that goal.

Echocardiogram

Measurements are taken and uploaded with video clips and stills. Both Adult and Pediatric (congenital) echoes can be performed.

Pregnancy Check

Utilize ultrasound for early pregnancy checks, determine fetal aging, detect beating hearts, calculate fetal heart rates.

Ultrasound-Guided FNA

If an abnormality is identified during the ultrasound, Dr. Ebersole can perform a FNA to remove a tissue sample for further examination.

Telecytology

After sampling is performed, Scanvet prepares the slide, captures a collection of video clips of the cells and sends it digitally to a pathologist to interpret. Telecytology reports within 24 hours.

Dr. Karen Ebersole, DVM

Dr. Ebersole founded Scanvet in January of 2019. She has a passion for ultrasound as a diagnostic tool and wanted to make high-level ultrasound more readily available.

Dr. Ebersole has completed over 120 hours of ultrasound training at Purdue University, North Carolina State, and SonoPath. She first utilized ultrasound in small animal cases during her 15 years of private practice.

Dr. Ebersole is a SDEP® Certified Instructor for abdominal and cardiac ultrasound with SonoPath, at the SonoPath Veterinary Education Center in Andover, NJ.

Dr. Ebersole is a 1996 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.

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