Recent Examples of radiology from the Web
Experts performed genetic, radiology and chemical-toxicology analysis on three of the brains as well as chemical analysis of the soil.
Travis and Aaron Hankins grew up in Columbus, Indiana, with a single mother who worked in the radiology department at a local hospital.
The Sallie Mae dental and medical school loan applies to students in 14 different areas, including radiology, sports medicine and veterinary medicine.
A few years ago, the former radiology technician got sick and lost her job, and then her house.
NG: If any of you have friends or children in medical school—AI is getting much better at reading radiology images, frankly.
The bride's father, a radiologist, is the chairman of radiology in the diagnostic imaging department at Bayhealth Medical Center in Dover.
Advocate Sherman Hospital in Elgin will open on Monday part of a state-of-the-art interventional radiology lab to help patients facing a variety of cancers, hypertension, vascular and liver conditions, plus other maladies.
Both Slavens and Sichlau said the hospital has seen a dramatic increase in patients seeking treatment with interventional radiology.
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First Known Use of radiology
RADIOLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
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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