The importance of a laboratory in the clinical diagnosis of cats and dogs is increasing day by day, and approximately 70-75% of the diagnosis of all diseases is made as a result of diagnostic tests. The physician needs to support the information obtained from the history of the disease and clinical findings in the diagnosis, prognosis, prophylaxis and treatment stages, which are clinical practice steps, with diagnostic tests. For this purpose, the system creates a treatment protocol by selecting the parameters to be used in examining and monitoring tissue or organ functions.
In addition to clinical hematological or biochemical tests, sometimes other diagnostic tests such as radiological, endoscopic, echographic, and MRI procedures may be requested in the diagnosis. Thus, a full treatment process will be initiated and the appropriate treatment method can be applied.
You may have often wondered why your veterinarian asks you for a test, because the abnormal symptoms you see with your eyes are not understood as a result of the examination, a separate expense door is opened, similar things are constantly requested, and why this disease is not treated by giving one or two types of mediations.
These tests are very important during or at the onset of an illness!
When an apt physician sees this for the first time, they will notice the disease, and treat it accordingly! A physician does not leave the treatment to chance and coincidence… This is not a proper physician! A physicain who who has the highest success rate after the treatment is one who does the research and work, with the best tools at their disposal. In light of this information, please always keep this in mind, for the benefit of our pets and animals.