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    Radiologists in Spartanburg

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    Business Listing   Bone Densitometry - Spartanburg, SC - Phone: (864) 583-1501

    Business Listing   Horn Jon MD - Spartanburg, SC - Phone: (864) 596-7428

    Business Listing   Mary Black Memorial Hospital - Departments- Radiology - Spartanburg, SC - Phone: (864) 573-3861

    Business Listing   Mary Black Memorial Hospital - Departments- Radiology Registration - Spartanburg, SC - Phone: (864) 573-3580

    Business Listing   Mary Black Memorial Hospital - Departments- Radiology Scheduling - Spartanburg, SC - Phone: (864) 573-3245

    Business Listing   Piedmont Imaging-Sc - Spartanburg, SC - Phone: (864) 542-0033

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    Helpful Definition for: Radiologists

    Radiology is an expanding field in medicine. Radiologists use an array of imaging technologies to diagnose or treat diseases. On completion of residency training, in Spartanburg, radiologists may either begin practicing or enter into sub-specialty training programs, known as fellowships. Several medical schools in Spartanburg, have started to incorporate radiology education into their core MD training.

    Radiographs are produced by the transmission of x-rays through a patient to a capture-device, then converted into an image for diagnosis by a radiologist. They can scan bones, muscles, and organs with remarkable accuracy and diagnose diseases and injuries.

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