Second Iams Imaging Center Opens At NCSU

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September 15, 2004

The Iams Co. has opened its second Pet Imaging Center, located on the campus of North Carolina State University and adjacent to the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Teaching Hospital.

The center is equipped with magnetic resonance imaging technology, provided by ProScan International, for diagnosing disease in companion animals.

According to Iams, the new center will serve a dual purpose by allowing practicing veterinarians in the Raleigh and North Carolina region to refer patients for diagnostic purposes, as well as giving veterinary students at the college an opportunity to see MRI in action early in their careers.

The first Iams Pet Imaging Center, opened near Washington, D.C., in 2002, has received nearly 3,000 case referrals, according to Iams.

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