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Radiologists are clinicians who use different types of medical diagnostic imaging methods to diagnose patients and help other doctors treat them.
Medical diagnostic imaging is used in nearly all areas of medicine, from general practice to surgery, obstetrics, orthopaedics and even psychiatry.
Radiology is provided on all of the Trust's sites:
Medical imaging methods include:
Interventional radiology is a specialist branch of medical imaging that uses therapeutic devices, inserted and guided by high-resolution imaging, to treat a wide range of conditions, thus avoiding operations.
For more information about radiological procedures, please visit the Royal College of Radiologists:
For more information about our Department of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering please visit their website:
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