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12 Important Moments in the History of Radiologic Technology

From x-rays to CT scans, a number of innovations have been introduced in the world of radiologic technology in the last hundred years. Here are 12 of the most important moments in radiologic tech.

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4 reasons to consider a career as an ultrasound tech

Ultrasound techs have one of the hottest jobs in health care. Here are four reasons why this career might be right for you.

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What are the differences between radiology technologists and sonographers?

Ultrasound techs have one of the hottest jobs in health care. Here are four reasons why this career might be right for you.

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Bone density scans: how they work and why they matter

The simple, noninvasive procedure helps protect against osteoporosis and fracture.

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Radiographer or Radiologist?

The field of radiography can be a great choice for those who want to work in health care. However, there is more than one way to enter into the field of radiology. Find out the difference between a radiographer and

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Common Procedures in Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiology involves learning how to perform from a variety of invasive procedures using radiologic technology for image guidance.

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MRI Brain Scans Used to Detect Autism

A new brain scan that takes only 15 minutes is being used to test for autism in adults. Autism has been known to be tricky to diagnose; however, this new cheap and efficient brain scan is reporting 90% accuracy in diagnosis.

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Obstetric Ultrasound Job Description

Obstetric Ultrasound is the use of ultrasound scans in pregnancy. Ultrasound and ultrasonography was introduced in the late 1950’s and has become a very useful diagnostic tool in obstetrics.

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Which Radiology Degree Is Right For You?

So, you know you are interested in radiology and the fascinating process of peering inside the human body, but you may be unsure which radiology degree is best for you.

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What is an Angiogram?

An angiogram is a test that Radiologic Technologists perform using x-ray technology to produce images of blood vessels. Often this test is used to study narrow, blocked, enlarged, or malformed arteries or veins in the body including your heart, abdomen, brain, and your legs.

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