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Radiologic technology

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With handheld devices flourishing on the market, many doctors have found it helpful to carry an iPad or smartphone with them at all times. Ideally, you’ve found a better way to carry your device than a friend of mine, who carried his iPad in his lab coat pocket throughout his clerkships and ended up with...

Careers in Radiologic Technology

Radiologic technologists are medical professionals who perform diagnostic imaging, interventional surgeries and radiation therapy treatments. Learn more about the many specialties, responsibilities and careers available to R.T.s.

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Take a tour of the Concord Campus. Our school offers programs in: • Medical Assisting • Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy • Limited X-Ray Tech • Vocational Nursing • Ultrasound Technology • Psychiatric Tech • Radiologic Technology • Diagnostic Medical Imaging • B.S. in Nursing (BSN) • LVN to BSN (for Licensed Vocational Nurses) • RN to BSN (for Registered Nurses)
We have learned about the Anatomy of Female Pelvis in sqadia.com Anatomy course.   The radiology of pelvis is covered in detail in this online Radiology lecture of Female Pelvis Imaging.   Medical students get to know about the radiology anatomy of non-pregnant and pregnant patients.   Education is provided on pelvic sonography, sonohysterography, CT scan, and MRI which are used to demonstrate abnormalities such as cul-de-sac fluid, hemorrhagic ovarian cyst.
Clinical radiology lecture aims to deliver you information about the clinical analysis of inside of the body, its organs and tissues through visual representation.   This V-Learning™ lecture covers the imaging techniques i.e. mammography, fluoroscopy, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, and radionuclide bone scan.   Beside this, types of resolution and radiographic projections are also delineated.