A high-end hospital in the U.S. has a special gift for veterinarians.

The hospital’s veterinarians are often the ones who make it possible.

On Thursday, the UW Medical School at Western, in Seattle, became the first in the country to use its highly sophisticated ultrasound imaging technology to treat patients with cancer and other ailments.

UW veterinarians who had been trained to use ultrasound machines at other hospitals have been able to do so for months.

The system uses special lenses and cameras that track and record the body’s movements.

They then record the data on a smartphone and send it back to the hospital, where the data is sent to a computer that then processes it.

This is a huge step forward for the UW veterinarians, said Dr. Jennifer Fossey, who runs the hospital.

They’re also able to take measurements of the tissue and tissue structure of the body, and they can also analyze that data and make recommendations about treatment, Fosseys said.

“We’ve had no shortage of requests for ultrasound imaging of this kind in the past.”

The ultrasound system has been tested in a few other hospitals.

A similar system was used in the University of Toronto, where Dr. Yvonne Yost, a member of the university’s biomedical engineering department, developed it to help doctors assess the health of patients.

It was used to test for prostate cancer in men who had had surgery to remove the cancer.

“There was a need for it in terms of diagnosing patients,” Yost said.

Yost also developed a program to allow veterinarians to perform high-definition ultrasound images at the UW.

“The goal is to be able to get better images that are of the tissues,” she said.

The UW also has a system that lets veterinarians perform tests using ultrasound.

The team used a high-resolution image of the human body, which was processed with the UW’s technology, to get a good idea of the size of a tumor.

The images can be used to make a diagnosis and help doctors identify tumors that might need to be removed surgically.

“If you’re treating a cancer patient, you want to know what’s going on in there,” Fosse said.

To be able use ultrasound to help a patient, a veterinarian has to have a certain level of training.

This can include being trained to operate a medical ultrasound machine.

“When you’ve got a patient that’s sick, there’s a lot of different things you can do to monitor the body,” said Dr.-Ing.

Lisa Rolfes, who heads up the UW veterinary school.

“So the whole ultrasound is a tool to do that.”

The UW is a very high-volume animal hospital.

Its veterinary care department treats more than 6,500 animals a year.

The school also has about a thousand graduate students who work on medical equipment and systems.

This year, the school also plans to expand its surgical suites and expand its labs to take on more animal patients.

“It’s just an amazing opportunity to be a part of the UW system, because the system is so big and it’s such a good partner to be having,” Fussey said.