Medical imaging using external sources of radiation.
the use of various radiology techniques, mostly noninvasive, to diagnose an array of medical conditions. Diagnostic radiology includes the use of x-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, and ultrasound. embolization - the insertion of a substance through a catheter into a blood vessel to stop hemorrhaging, or excessive bleeding.
The branch of Radiology which deals with the utilization of all modalities of radiant energy in medical diagnosis and therapeutic procedures utilizing radiologic guidance. This includes, but is not restricted to, imaging techniques and methodologies utilizing radiations emitted by x-ray tubes, radionuclides, ultrasonographic devices, and radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation emitted by atoms.
The application of radiology including X-rays, radioactive isotopes and ionizing radiation for the application of information for diagnosis and treatment of disease.
the use of x- rays, nuclear imaging devices, radioactive substances, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance to diagnosis disorders.
Term usually applied to the use of X-rays in medicine for identifying disease or injury in patients.
the use of various radiological techniques, mostly noninvasive, to diagnose an array of medical conditions. Diagnostic radiology includes the use of x-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, and ultrasound.