By: Alexis VanNostran
What Radiologists do.
Radiologists are physicians that use imagining technology to examine organs and tissues inside the body in gentle, noninvasive ways. They diagnose and treat diseases and injuries using medical imaging techniques. Radiologist physicians have 4 to 6 years of unique, specific post-medical school training, including radiation safety.
Radiologists work with medical imaging technology.
Radiologists use many different types of x-ray machines.
Radiologists help discover diseases such as cancer.
Why this job interests me..
This Job interests because I would get to work in a hospital, and help people. Most of the women in my family are in the medical field. I would like to be able to help people, and maybe even save their lives. It would be a big accomplishment to say I've saved peoples lives.