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Ultrasound Consent Form

We are performing an abdominal ultrasound on your pet today. Abnormalities of organs are sometimes found that would indicate the need for fine needle aspirates (FNA) to help determine a diagnosis. Some areas have very little pain sensation (i.e.liver, discrete masses, lymph nodes, spleen) and as such, a very cooperative patient may not need any sedation for aspiration of an abnormal tissue. On the other hand, some patients require sedation to keep them still during the procedure. If we do find abnormalities on the abdominal ultrasound that dictate the need for FNAs please indicate your choice by initialing ONE of the following:

***If we are not able to reach you, the aspirate will not be done and it will end up costing more to have another ultrasound to do the aspirates at a later date.***

I hereby consent to and authorize the performance of such procedure(s) as are necessary in the exercise of the veterinarian's professional judgement. I understand that qualified hospital support personnel will be employed as deemed necessary by the veterinarian. I have been advised as to the nature of the procedure(s) and the risks involved. I realize that results cannot be guaranteed and that any procedure involving sedation carries a risk, although very small, of death.

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