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Radiological physics is the field of medical physics that involves imaging technology to diagnose and treat cancer. A radiological physicist is a trained specialist, typically with a Masters or Ph.D., who uses ultrasound, X-rays, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), CT scans (Computed Tomography) and other technology to create a treatment plan to treat patientsí diseases or disorders, such as breast cancer, tumors, lung cancer or heart disease with radiation.
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