Whether you require a radiography review or a full case overview we can offer our assistance.
We have several options available including our Rapid Review service which provides a 24 hours turnaround for radiological reviews.
Please see all second opinion/case review options below:
A single case radiography Rapid Review comes with a 24 hour turnaround from the time of receipt (Mon-Fri).
Requests made before 10am on a business day with be completed before the close of business the same working day. Upon receipt of your X-Ray, our principal Veterinary Surgeon will review the digital image and respond via phone or email (specified by you at the time of purchase) with 24 hours Mon - Fri.
A single case Digital Overview is perfect if you require a more in-depth review of your case.
Dr. McCartney will review all relevant diagnostic images, blood test results and clinical notes provided related to the case and provide a digital report with his findings via email.
Most requests will receive a response within 2 working days (Monday - Friday).
Ideal should you require a comprehensive report of your case.
Dr. McCartney will review all relevant diagnostic images, blood test results and clinical notes provided related to the case and you will receive a hard-copy written report via registered mail.
Most requests will receive a response within 3-5 working days (Monday - Friday) depending on case load. Should you require a more urgent turnaround, please contact us prior to making your purchase.
Our service is led by Dr W. McCartney MVB, Dipl ECVS, DSAS (Orth), PhD, MRCVS. RCVS recognised specialist in small animal orthopaedics (www.rcvs.org.uk) and a European recognised specialist in small animal surgery (www.ecvs.org).
Dr William McCartney is the principal surgeon at NOAH (North Dublin Orthopaedic Animal Hospital) and has over 20 years experience in referral orthopaedics and neurology, with over 60 peer reviewed publications in these areas of expertise. He has been performing total hip replacements since 1990, and was the first to do total elbow replacements and total knee replacement in Ireland. Spinal surgery, fracture and joint surgery have been routinely performed since 1992 in Ireland and Northern Ireland.