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    medical theory, the radiology is a field that interprets and medicates the diseases utilizing the imaging technologies, such as X-ray, ultrasound, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, mammograms, and positron emission tomography (PET) to view the internal organs of the human body and identify the abnormalities. Among these, some like X-rays and mammograms…

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    The Radiology site specializes in treating and diagnosing diseases and injuries through the use of imaging such as x-rays, CAT scans, MRI’s , and ultrasounds. The personnel there is willing to walk someone through the procedure, and happy to answer any questions. The radiologic technologists (RN’s) are there to help ensure the patient receives the best treatment possible for the best possible results. They make sure both the patient and themselves stay safe from too much exposure radiation, and…

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    because the samples will be oxidized in air. XRD XRD is to determine the microstructure of the samples. The structure information can be determined by analyzing the peak of diffraction angle 2θ degree. X-ray diffractometers consist of three basic elements: an X-ray tube, a sample holder, and an X-ray detector. The different annealing time will cause different microstructure, and people can summarize the change rule of the annealing time vs. structure. Result and Discussion Thicknesses…

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    This radiographic technique is used to give information about the position and shape of wisdom teeth roots and its nearby structures. • 3D CT (Computed tomography). A 3D computed tomography is more precise than the standard dimensional x-ray because it involves obtaining the exact position of your wisdom teeth as well as allows you and the dentist to see what is inside of it. Looking out for nerve damage Aside from understanding when should wisdom teeth be removed, it is also important…

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    technicians use MRIs on their patients but veterinarians also make use of MRIs on various animals to diagnose similar problems. In comparison to x-rays and CAT scans MRIs are the safest option using magnetic fields and radios waves which people are exposed to daily, therefore not much risks are involved (DiGiuseppe, Haberer, Salciccioli, Sanader, & Vavitsas, 2012). X-rays and CAT scans use radiation that is much more harmful and can cause cancer if one gets too much exposure. One downside to…

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    service I chose is radiology. Diagnostic Imaging is a specialty of medicine that uses nonionizing and ionizing radiation for diagnosing and intervention of disease. Diagnostic Imaging uses imaging techniques, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-ray radiography, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET) and ultrasound to image inside the human anatomy in to diagnose abnormalities and disease. The meaning of imaging in radiology is to create a picture…

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    TSA and backscatter X-Rays is a technology equipment that is used to scan full bodies of airline passengers. It is also known as a WBI (whole body imager), security scanner, body scanner, and a naked scanner. TSA use the backscatter X-Ray to detect hidden weapons, tools, liquids, drugs, stolen currency, and other illegal items. They do this to make the flight ride safe for other passengers and to get to their destination safely without conflicts. Backscatter X-rays are only found at a few…

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    This case study is in relation to a 21-year-old male adult, Danny who suffers from Chron’s Disease. Danny currently is a fourth-year student at York University majoring in Sociology. I know Danny through my younger brother, Danny is one of his closest friends. Chron’s Disease is an autoimmune disorder that targets your intestines and restricts the digestive process. Danny’s body does not absorb many nutrients due to ulcers that are lining his intestine. Regarding Danny’s Chron’s Disease, when…

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    X-Ray Research Paper

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    X-Ray and Neutron Imaging In physics, radiation is described as the transmission or emission of energy in the form of particles such as electrons, neutrons, protons and alpha particles or waves through a medium such as space, air or through a material. Gamma radiation (γ) and electromagnetic radiation, such as x-rays, radio waves heat and visible light are all examples of radiation. One of the main modern physics discoveries was that each unit of a wavelength of any form of wave radiation will…

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    X-Ray Registrant Essay

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    Introduction: This was an unannounced office safety inspection of this analytical x-ray registrant, which is located at 1927 Commercial drive, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. The registrant owns and operates one x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analytical x-ray unit, Thermo Fisher Scientific, model XL3t 980, serial numbers 92731, which is routinely utilized to perform alloy analysis of metals. This is the first inspection of the facility. One area of concern was revealed during the…

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