Clinical examination is the first and most important examination. It means that the veterinarian examines the animals by looking at it, more specifically its mucous membranes and mouth. The veterinarian listens to the heart and palpates the stomach and throat area. The temperature is sometimes taken. It can seem like the veterinarian does nothing during the clinical examination, but it actually makes basis for further examinations.
Further examinations are for example blood samples, ultrasound, x-ray or specialist services such as heart ultrasound.
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