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    From the second grade I thought I wanted to be a Veterinarian when I grew up. Of course no one would expect a second grader to know such details, but as I went through high school my mind never strayed away from my future goal. Senior year I got the opportunity to intern at Big Goose Veterinary Clinic where I fell in love with the practice even more. I scrubbed in on surgerys, interacted with clients, and cuddled up on animals all day. It was not until I started noticing how exhausted the…

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    In today’s economy, many fellow Americans are searching for a new career path that includes job security and higher pay. The number one place to look for such a career is in the medical field. This includes workers in the Radiology field. For a Radiology department to be complete it needs to include several modalities such as Nuclear Medicine, CT, Ultrasound, and MRI. There are many misconceptions about what a Radiological Technician actually does. People might assume that the patient easily…

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    neighboring town that Swedish American Health System in Rockford Illinois owns. At SwedishAmerican Medical Center/Belvidere, we currently have one Philips x-ray room and one AMX portable x-ray machine. The medical center only has one computed radiology (CR) laser reader. The x-ray room and portable x-ray both utilize this (CR) laser reader. If the laser reader happens to break down, we have no way of developing our images. In addition, there are times that more than one technologist is…

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    Career

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    For my three health careers I chose radiologist, pediatric oncologist and athletic trainer. I do not necessarily want to go in the medical field, but if I were to I would want to work in one of these three careers. All three jobs require skills, reasoning and intuitive thinking. You might find yourself in a situation that demands fast thinking and problem solving, so you need to be prepared. The first career I chose was a radiologist. To become a radiologist you must obtain a Bachelor's Degree…

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    Radiation Exposure and Image Quality in Chest CT Examinations The lone conundrum that has stumped radiologists to physicists; from the individuals wielding a bachelor’s degree, to the geniuses that have made education their life occupation. How can radiation exposure be reduced to its absolute minimum without compromising image quality? Radiation is dangerous to the human body, and its variable effects are collective throughout our lives. This scientific concept forces an ethical responsibility…

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    MRI Scan

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    Introduction An MRI (or Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan is a radiology technique that uses a large magnet, radio waves, and a computer to look at organs and structures inside our bodies. Single MRI images are called slices can be stored on a computer or printed on film. An MRI combines images to create a 3-D picture of your internal structures. The MRI scanner is a tube surrounded by a huge circular magnet. The patient is placed on a moveable bed that is inserted into the magnet. An MRI…

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    Importance Of CT Scanner

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    The CT scanner Depends upon several steps:- 1-The x-ray tube and detector transverse (scan) the object. 2-The radiation beam passes through the object and is attenuated. The intensity of radiation beam from x- ray tube and transmitted beam both are detected by suitable detectors. 3-The transmitted beam and the references beam are both converted into electric signals. 4-These output current signals are then converted into digital form by analog –to-digital converter. 5-The digital data are…

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    Radiologic Technologist

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    an associate’s degree or a two or four-year educational program. “An associate’s degree is the most common educational path for radiologic technologist” (Occupational Outlook Handbook). Radiologic technologist must attend a college that offers a radiology program or attend a two to four year accredited hospital program. Radiologic technologist performs many lifesaving procedures and the correct schooling helps them save lives every day. They also have to have correct bed side manner if they need…

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    me as it helps me understanding the different structure of the human body as it is very important for a radiographer need to understand human anatomy and physiology which is basic biology which I believe I have gained the knowledge to help me for radiology degree. Overall, Applied science has gave me many skills for a degree in radiography such as time keeping and punctuality to meet deadlines, communication, teamwork to help me further in…

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    emanating radiation for a week after having x-rays. I assured her that was not true. Experiments have proven that x-rays disappear the moment they interact with the body, and don’t hang around the body or the room. Both ACR (American College of Radiology) and ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists) agree that benefits of x-rays exceed the risks. X-rays remain the easiest and simplest method to diagnose bone disease and dental…

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