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Veterinarians

The Center for Image-Guided Animal Therapy (CIGAT)

Contact Us

To learn more about CIGAT, send an email to CIGAT@jhmi.edu, call 410-502-7325 or fax 410-614-1977.

The Center for Image-Guided Animal Therapy (CIGAT) is an internationally-recognized advanced diagnostic imaging facility designed specifically for the veterinary patient.

CIGAT offers the advantage of having experts in radiology and interventional radiology overseeing advanced imaging techniques on leading edge equipment. A veterinary anesthesiologist is involved with every procedure to ensure that each patient is provided optimal care.  In addition to veterinary imaging, MRI-, CT- and ultrasound-guided biopsies may be performed, as well as interventional radiology procedures.

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Dr. Kraitchman with a puppy patient.

Our Experts
The CIGAT team includes veterinary technicians, MRI technologists and nursing staff.

Cat patient

Procedures
Our one-of-a-kind resource focuses on bringing cutting-edge minimally invasive diagnostics and procedures to the veterinary pet population. 

Dog laying in the grass

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Your support allows our veterinarians to pursue cutting-edge research and provide high-quality veterinary care.