In one published report, intraoral radiographs revealed clinically important pathology in 27.8% of dogs and 41.7% of cats when no abnormal findings were noted on the initial examination.1In patients with abnormal findings, radiography revealed additional pathology in 50% of dogs and 53.9% of cats.1
1. Verstraete FJ, Kass PH, Terpak CH. Diagnostic value of full-mouthradiography in cats. Am J Vet Res 1998;59(6):692–5.