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Why I Want to Become a Radiologic Technologist

2007

Since the times of my adolescence, I was sure that medicine is my true devotion and my only future occupation. When I was a teenager, I used to take care about my sister, who had a lot of various problems with her health and sometimes needed constant medical supervision. Therefore, during my regular visits to hospitals I had opportunity to observe different hardships and challenges doctors have to face in their daily routine. For many years I was influenced by the work of some young ambitious doctors, and I truly admired their courage, determination and dedication to their noble profession. Now, I am particularly interested in radiologic technology, because nowadays it is having wide application and enjoying good demand in medical circles, in particular, sonography, MR tomography or other diagnostic imaging techniques. The role of radiologic technologists in diagnosing various diseases is significant, because within the last decades, modern radiologic technology has been significantly developing. Now it allows detecting and monitoring a huge variety of injuries or malfunctions of the organs of human organism, starting from bone fractures and ending with different forms of cancer. I am particularly attracted by this occupation due to its dynamism, flexibility and opportunity to deal with the patients, who have different types of health problems. I think that I have good social skills and personal qualities for doing this job well, because I always like working and communicating with people, supporting them, looking for ways to give them positive emotions and stimulate their will for recovery. It is also important that becoming a radiologic technologist will allow me to specialize at a number of prospective clinical areas. In particular, it is possible to specialize on MR imaging, which is highly applied in detecting pathologic tissues in human...
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