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What Does A Radiologist Do?

If you’ve ever gotten an x-ray, you may have a good idea of what radiology is, but what you might not know as much about is the people behind the curtain—the radiologists. Here, we will take a look at what radiologists do, the type of training it takes to become a radiologist, and different types of radiologists.

What does a radiologist do?

Radiologists are essentially doctors that specialize in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical radiology procedures involving taking images of the such as X-rays, CT scans, MRIs, and more. What you might not realize is […]

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Supporting Your Loved One Through Cancer Treatment

If a loved one has recently been diagnosed with cancer, you may be struggling to be an adequate support system for that person. Supporting a loved one through cancer treatment can seem daunting if you don’t know how to first approach the situation. Keep in mind that this person needs you and though it will be difficult at times, being that person’s support during likely the hardest battle of their life will make all the difference during their treatment. Below are five ways you can support your loved one through cancer treatment.

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2019-04-19T14:32:42+00:00April 19th, 2019|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Supporting Your Loved One Through Cancer Treatment
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Are MRI’s Safe For Kids?

MRIs are a wonderful tool used to diagnose and treat countless diseases and ailments. In some cases, and MRI can provide clearer, more detailed images thank other types of diagnostic imaging methods. When it comes to getting an MRI for your child, you may be more apprehensive than if you were getting an MRI for yourself. Your number one concern as a parent your child’s safety, so you want to be sure MRIs are safe for children. While we can attest that MRIs are almost always safe procedures for your child to undergo, we’ll dive into more about MRIs to ease any concerns you may have.