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The Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences (formerly Radiography) offers a Professional Bachelor’s Degree in the following disciplines: Diagnostic Radiography, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Radiation Therapy and Nuclear Medicine Technology. Below is a summary of each discipline.
Is a branch of medicine that uses x-rays to produce images of the human body for diagnosis of disease , read more.
Is a common form of cancer treatment which uses high energy radiation such as x-rays, gamma rays, electrons, protons or neutrons to destroy cancer cells, read more.
Is a medical imaging specialty involving the use of small amounts of radioactive substances (radionuclides) in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, read more.
Also refered to as sonography, is a procedure which employs high frequency sound waves to produce images of body structures, read more.