Radiology and Collar Bone Cracker

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I remembered when I turned eleven years old; I fell down and got hurt in my collar bone. At that time, I told to my parent that I fell and every time I moved my right arm, my collar bone get hurt and it had a burse marker. They didn’t think that something wrong with me, they thought I was active so that why my muscle and joint get tired. Three days later, I told to my grandmother that I still get hurt and she took me went to the hospital immediately. After the radiologist had an x-ray and she showed the film to my grandmother and me that I got a collar bone ‘cracker. At that time, I was excited because I saw what is not visible to the naked eye. “It’s so cool” I thought. In present, I find out the radiologic technologists are performs imaging of the human body for diagnosis or treating medical problems. It desires the knowledge of education in anatomy, specialties with patient history and finding to transform picture into diagnose. Radiologic technologists perform diagnostic imaging examination. They perform imaging examinations such as x-rays, while technologists use other imaging modalities such as computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and mammography. Radiologic technicians, sometimes referred to as radiographers, produce x-ray films also known as radiographs, of parts of the human body for use in diagnosing medical problems. Through my experiences, I have developed a strong interest in the medical field, especially is radiology because the thought of helping out people is appealing, challenging of diagnostics fascinating. Also, I believed that the communication and team work are the part of radiologist’s everyday life. The radiologists work with other sub-department as surgeons, specialist to diagnose and treat the patient. At Sinclair Community College, the radiologic technology programs prepare me work with anatomy and pathology that literally goes from the cranial vertex down to the toes. Radiology residency is a challenging program, as I need...
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