Evaluating patients medicalhistories to ensure the various medical imaging procedures will notharm them.
Suggesting alternative medicalimaging techniques, when necessary.
Informingpatients about the medical imaging process.
Using devices such as computer tomography (CT) scannersand magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines.
Performing or directing radiology staff to carry outimage-guided, diagnostic procedures.
Workingwith radiology lab technicians to perfect image quality.
Interpreting the results from diagnostic imagingprocedures to determine diagnoses.
Communicating and discussing results and diagnoses withphysicians.
Compiling written reports ofresults and diagnoses.
Following medicalprotocols for resuscitation, bleeding, infection, or otheremergency situations, when necessary.