Recent Examples of radiology from the Web
District 6 incumbent Gene Sprague, 72, a radiology and pharmacology professor at UT Health San Antonio, also drew two challengers.
After studying the issue this fall, a legislative committee drafted a new bill that narrows the scope for anesthesiology, radiology, emergency medicine and pathology.
The latter includes a radiology center, an indoor turf field and basketball court, a gait lab and a workout room shared with Sporting KC players.
Anesthesiology, radiology, ophthalmology and pulmonary medicine rounded out the list.
The young family moved to Winston-Salem, N.C., in 1967 so the new physician could join the radiology department of a local hospital.
Their preparations included working with radiology experts to build a 3-D model of the babies' organs, and conducting simulations of the actual separation surgery.
The Parma and Cleveland Heights sites already have emergency departments and labs, pharmacy and radiology services, but the Parma location also has operating rooms.
The West Coast sister emailed Schievink her brother’s radiology reports.
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Definition of radiology for English Language Learners
medical : a branch of medicine that uses some forms of radiation (such as X-rays) to diagnose and treat diseases
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