Medical Imaging programmes teach students how to use various technologies, such as X-rays, ultrasound, magnetic resonance, or computed tomography to diagnose, monitor and treat a patient’s disease or injury. As a future Medical Imaging professional, you will combine advanced biological and technical knowledge with attention to detail and analytical skills to take images of different body parts and interpret the results. Common job titles include radiographer, sonographer, ultrasound technician, nuclear medicine technologist, etc.Read more about studying a Medical Imaging degree
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