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  • Leighton Lum, DO 100 Points

    Kellam & Associates Pc; Lapeer Regional Hospital; P O H Medical Center
    50 N Perry St
    Pontiac, MI 48342

Nearby Cities

Bloomfield... (4.47 mi)
West Bloom... (5.48 mi)
Rochester ... (7.3 mi)
Troy (7.54 mi)
Birmingham (7.55 mi)
Beverly Hills (8.66 mi)
Commerce (10.68 mi)
Commerce T... (11.34 mi)
Farmington... (11.48 mi)
Southfield (11.97 mi)
Royal Oak (12.73 mi)
Farmington (12.81 mi)
Madison He... (14.19 mi)
Clinton To... (16.84 mi)
Macomb (17.4 mi)

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Radiologist Summary: A Radiologist is a physician who utilizes medical imaging technologies to diagnose and treat illness, injury and disease. Some of the imaging modalities used by a Radiologist include x-ray, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET) and nuclear medicine. A Radiologist is able to scan the bones, muscles and organs to detect any disease or injury.

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What is a

Radiologist

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A Radiologist is a physician who specializes in medical imaging technologies to treat illnesses, injuries and diseases.

Can a Radiologist be specialized in an area?
A Radiologist can specialize in the following areas: Cardiovascular Radiologist, Chest Radiologist, Emergency Radiologist, Gastrointestinal Radiologist, Head and Neck Radiologist, Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Neuroradiology Radiologist, Pediatric Radiologist, and Ultrasound Radiologist.

What equipment does a Radiologist use?
A Radiologist uses x-rays, ultrasounds, MRIs and CT scans.


Radiologist Related Terms: radiation, x-ray, medical imaging technologies, radiologist, radiology, ultrasound, CT scan, MRI