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Medical Professionals: Radiologist

Physicians have many choices to make as far as what kind of practice they are interested in specializing in after becoming a health care professional. There are many different types of professionals that specialize in the fight against cancer. These professionals are typically divided into two categories:

  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment

If you have developed some form of cancer, chances are that you will encounter many different kinds of health care professionals. One such professional is a radiologist. Radiologists specialize in non-ionizing and ionizing forms of radiation. This means that you will typically encounter this type of medical professional when you are having tests done to diagnose and treat your cancer. Common tests run by radiologists include CT scans, MRIs, and x-rays.

After these tests are completed, the radiologist works with a physician to determine a diagnosis. The radiologist is responsible for interpreting the images taken during the tests in order to discover any damaged or unhealthy cells in the body that might indicate cancer.

You may also encounter a radiologist if you undergo radiation therapy. Victims of mesothelioma often undergo this type of treatment both internally and externally. Radiologists keep an eye on the treatment’s progress and determine whether or not it is effective for each patient’s situation.

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Mesothelioma can develop if you have been negligently exposed to asbestos fibers in the past. If you believe that you have developed mesothelioma due to someone else’s actions, contact the mesothelioma lawyers today by calling 800-781-3955.

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