Pennsylvania Mobile
Veterinary Ultrasound Services, LLC

Full-Service Ultrasound Imaging and Telemedicine

Get the answers you need quickly

Detailed, in-depth reports within 24 hours
STAT reports within 4-6 hours

About PA Mobile Veterinary Ultrasound

PA Mobile has been providing mobile veterinary ultrasound services to veterinary hospitals throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.  We perform comprehensive, high-quality, and efficient ultrasound scans on all small animals and exotics. We offer complete abdomen, cardiac, and orthopedic ultrasounds. We image every organ or structure in the region we're scanning. 
Our veterinary roots give us the advantage of being able to easily minimize disruption to your practice flow during our visits, and Imaging is completed by Rebekah Jakum, ARDMS, CVT/RVT (American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonographer).
After our sonographer completes your patient(s) ultrasound, they will submit the case for interpretation by a specialist and provide your hospital with a comprehensive, detailed report within 24 hours. Our reports include a review of every organ imaged, diagnosis, next steps, and images with pathology markings.
We work with a broad range of specialists including; radiologists, cardiologists, pathologists, internists, and ABVP boarded practitioners. 

This service has been a great addition to our practice and a huge convenience to our clients.



Common Indications for Veterinary Ultrasound

Overall, ultrasound will help to:
Define disease severity
Diagnose early
May help avoid unnecessary surgery
Provide non-invasive diagnosis with imaging and/or tissue aspiration

Elevated chemistry enzymes
• Evaluate organ size, vascularity, echotexture
• Obtain fine needle samples to further diagnose primary or secondary disease
• Gather insight on surgical prognosis, multisystem involvement

Suspicion of mass(s)
• Further investigate palpable, or radiographic abnormalities

Change in appetite
• Vomiting, diarrhea, increased/decreased appetite or thirst
• Ultrasound imaging can provide the necessary diagnosis of obstructive patterns, pathology, and general morphology of the complete digestive system

Respiratory changes
• Assess minor or advanced lung changes, mass(s)

Heart murmurs
• Evaluate source, severity of velocity elevations
• Valve, muscle function, degree of functional change
• Insight on medication institution, modification

Musculoskeletal changes/lameness
• Evaluate ligament, tendon, and muscle health preoperatively for orthopedic procedures, or to evaluate the need for surgical intervention