Radiology: Medical Imaging and Radiologist Diagnostic

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Lamar West 4-1-12
Metcalfe School Rm. 123

Radiologist Diagnostic

The name of my career is radiology diagnostic. The reason why I am studying this career is because it involves technology. The second reason why I am studying this career is because it is in the medical field and I want to be some sort of doctor. My last reason for studying this career is because of the salary. There where three pioneers in the United States, John Wild a surgeon, George Ludwig an internist, and Douglas Howry a radiologist. Douglas Howry had the greatest influence on the other pioneers in radiology. In the late 1940’s he left a formal residency program at Denver Veterans Administration Hospital to devote most of his time on ultrasound research. Working in his basement with engineers William Roderick Bliss and George Pasokony, Howry pursued his goal of using ultrasound to produce accurate anatomic pictures of soft-tissue structures. There are 68 percent of males that are radiologist and 32 percent females that are radiologist. The employment trend for the career of radiology has been increasing and decreasing over the past years. Jobs that are related to this career is the medical field because radiology is in the medical field. You can find jobs online because most hospitals are advertising online.

As a radiologist, the general duties includes x-rays, computer tomography (CT) scans, mammograms, ultrasounds and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. A radiologist might operate the machinery used to collect these images, though this task is often delegated to radiology technologists. Radiologists also occasionally monitor imaging sessions run by radiologist technologists and technicians. The specific duty of a radiologist is to diagnose an treatment of diseases and injuries using imaging. A radiologist work 8 to 10 hours a day and 40 to 50 hours a week and a...
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