RADIOLOGY is the science of using medical imaging to help diagnose and, in some cases, treat diseases in the human body. Radiology can be used as a diagnostic or an interventional procedure. Diagnostic Radiology is used to determine the presence of a medical condition while interventional radiology is a procedure used to correct or treat a particular condition.
Many different imaging techniques are a part of radiology including but not limited to
Radiography / X-Ray – used to look at bones, usually chest, skull or to study the abdomen for any obstructions
Computed Tomography (CT Scan) – creates multiple computer generated images of cross-sectional Xray views of the body.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) – Makes use of magnetic field to create images to detect cysts, tumors or abnormalities with soft tissues or blood vessels.
Ultrasound scans are used to study the soft tissues and organs of the body and also to study the foetus growth in pregnancy.
Mammogram used to study the breast tissue for lumps
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