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  • noun Plural form of radiologist.

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Examples

  • Cancer occurring in radiologists, chimney sweepers, workers in the manufacture of chemical products, establish so many examples of cancerous infection that one might believe they were provoked by radioactive or chemical irritation.

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  • Radiology practice in the United States is moving toward 24/7 coverage, in which it has maximized coverage for imaging such as computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) interpretation either by utilizing on-call radiologists with their groups or teleradiology services.

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  • Often, pneumonia can feel like the flu, but without a doctor and the support staff such as radiologists to confirm it, those without health insurance may not seek medical care and take matters into their own hands.

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  • Highly skilled professionals, such as radiologists (medical doctors specializing in interpreting X-rays) are finding their work sent via high speed communications to much lower paid radiologists in places like India.

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  • Highly skilled professionals, such as radiologists (medical doctors specializing in interpreting X-rays) are finding their work sent via high speed communications to much lower paid radiologists in places like India.

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  • There are 2,320 doctors working in pediatrics, not counting specialists such as radiologists and many others in the pediatrics field.

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  • And later, with all the specialties that require special skills, we will follow the path of the direct residency -- ophthalmologists, surgeons -- as with those that are in some way a little distant from general medicine, such as radiologists, anesthesiologists.

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  • According to a mammography study published in the medical journal Radiology, radiology specialists have a 30 percent lower recall rate than general radiologists, meaning specialists need fewer additional tests to confirm findings.

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  • Mobile devices are currently used in healthcare for specific purposes such as radiologists getting a quick look at images on their smartphones or physicians writing e-scripts on their smartphones during an office examination.

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  • By integrating this imaging capability into its I-Vault solution, PharmaVigilant provides TissueGene researchers and trial end users, such as radiologists, with a single login, significantly improving access and control of the trial's MRIs.

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