Dr. Saad Alyousef

SYRIAN BOARD DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY

🩺  Radiologist

English, Arabic

Qatar, ad-Dawhah

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Amit Ghimire

MASTER IN MEDICAL IMAGING AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE

🩺  Radiologist

English, Nepali, Hindi

Nepal, Bagmati

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Mekhail

MASTER DEGREE

🩺  Radiologist

English, Arabic, French

France, Paris

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Ghada Mahmoud

MASTER OF RADIODIAGNOSIS

🩺  Radiologist

English

Egypt, ad-Daqahliyah

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Konstantinos Drevelegkas

MD, MSC, PHD

🩺  Radiologist

English, Greek

Greece, Thessaloniki

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Vibhu Sharma

MBBS, DNB, RADIODIAGNOSIS

🩺  Radiologist

English, Hindi, Russian

India, Delhi

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Wessam Bou Assaly

AMERICAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY, AMERICAN BOARD OF NEURORADIOLOGY

🩺  Radiologist

English, French, Arabic

Lebanon, Beirut

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Keith Kwok

AMERICAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY AND NEURORADIOLOGY

🩺  Radiologist

Chinese, English

United States, California

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Hisham Alrudaini

MD

🩺  Radiologist

English, Arabic

Saudi Arabia, Makkah

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Segall

MD

🩺  Radiologist

English

United States, Tennessee

  • USD $25
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation
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Who is Radiologist

A medical practitioner who specializes in the use of medical imaging techniques, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat diseases and injuries is known as a radiologist. They work closely with other medical professionals to provide accurate and timely diagnoses that can guide treatment plans.

Radiologists must complete medical school and a residency in radiology, which typically takes at least five years. They also need to be licensed by their state and may choose to pursue additional certification in a specific area of radiology, such as mammography or nuclear medicine.

In addition to interpreting medical images, radiologists often consult with referring physicians and other healthcare professionals to determine the best course of treatment for their patients. They may also perform minimally invasive procedures such as biopsies or image-guided interventions to diagnose or treat medical conditions.

Radiologists play a crucial role in healthcare by providing important information that can guide treatment decisions and help improve patient outcomes. Their expertise in medical imaging technologies is essential for accurate diagnoses and effective treatment plans, making them an integral part of the healthcare team.