Doctors hardly work alone. They rely on many other professionals to gather information about patients in order to deliver the best care.

One of the important tools doctors have when it comes to making diagnoses is medical imagery, and this is where radiology technologists and ultrasound technicians play a vital role.

Radiology technologists and ultrasound technicians work in high-touch, high-technology fields with a growing demand and much room for professional growth. Both professions require specialized training to make the medical images of patients that doctors use in diagnoses and treatment plans.

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