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    My fascination with Radiology began when I was just eight years old when I saw my younger cousin Zachary break his arm. I had never broken a bone before, let alone witnessed someone else break a bone, and I was instantly intrigued. The moment I saw his x-rays in the emergency room that day, my curiosity spiked. As an eight year old, I remember thinking how cool it was that they were able to get a picture of the inside of Zach's arm without cutting him open. Ever since that day, my interest in…

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    As a child, I was never really set on what I wanted to be when I grew up. My ideas changed from being a doctor, lawyer, or even a policeman many times while I was young. The one career that really caught my idea was radiology. I thought that if I went into radiology, I would make mad bank and be set for life. The only thing that mattered to me in that time of life was having fun. If I wasn’t having fun, I’d be angry. When I was a young boy, I was full of energy and bouncing off the walls. I was…

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    Personal Statement Although, there is many applicants applying for this position to be a Radiology technician, I would just like to show the amount of drive I have towards this job to better the staff and team. The medical field is in my blood it has been passed down from my aunt who is a physical Therapist. She has taught me very much about the field and that is why I strive to becoming a Radiology technician. I’ve had many goals for what I want to be when I was growing up in life, but this…

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    Radiology should be used in dentistry because it is needed to find hidden structures. According to the article “Dental X-Rays”, the American Dental Association makes it clear, “ … x-ray pictures can show cavities, hidden dental structures (such as wisdom teeth), and bone loss that cannot be seen during a visual examination” (par. 1). In other words, the American Dental Association implies that during a visual examination a dentist or dental assistant is not able to see hidden structures in the…

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    So after I moved my roots back home my sister-in-law connected me to an opening at Bay Radiology. Again I was back at the front desk doing the clerical work I was oh so familiar with yet now I am doing it for a radiology office. Since being at Bay Radiology I have had the opportunity to talk to the technologists about their different fields of work. I have seen and used an x-ray machine before and observed a few ultrasounds…

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    profession. The internship includes hands-on experience at numerous local and city-wide health centers and clinics in the San Antonio area. Upon completing the course, a certification test will be taken. If I pass the test, I will receive a basic radiology technician…

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    drive to the emergency room. Which in turn, set me in front of the person who would change my life forever. I was nineteen and petrified, the people closest to my heart could not calm my fears. My mind was racing; until, I saw a friendly face. The radiology technician had arrived. Things took a turn for the best. I will never forget the genuine care and compassion that I received from her; at a time that I needed it more than anything. Her calm, reassuring attitude was contagious. She had the…

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    attention. This medical attention to deal with this problem does not come free, it involves some coast, so all the affected radiology workers will have to incur an extra coast. Treatment of Leukemia is more complex and not an easy one, it depends with the nature of leukemia and others factors making it very expensive condition to handle. As it is not their wish to get affected by radiology radiations, they should be entitled to a good pay so that they can deal with such effects of leukemia…

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    I feel I deserve this scholarship because I understand the value of an education and I have worked hard to receive the money to fund my education. Obtaining the funds for my education has solely been my responsibility, I have no other help other than scholarships and financial aid. I feel this scholarship suits me because I am one to not give up until a goal is attained. My goal is to have little to no student debt when graduating from college. When pursuing my career I plan to go to a…

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    Their options include diagnostic, oncology, and interventional radiology. Each of these specialties use imaging tools in order to diagnose and treat patients. Diagnostic radiologists diagnose diseases using PET scans, ultrasounds, and MRI. Also, they can detect how well a patient is responding to a previously given treatment…

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