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Studying about Radiography

Study a radiography degree and you'll acquire the necessary skills to diagnose diseases and injuries. Whether you choose to go down the diagnostic or therapeutic route in radiography, your knowledge of technology and science will be combined so you can ensure the wellbeing of patients. Working practically with x-ray equipment and in operating theatres, you can be confident when analysing the anatomy of the human body through imaging systems. After your radiography degree you may specialise in forensics, ultrasound, clinical research or patient support services.

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