||He has a degree in medicine, and he
is also specialized in radiology. He executes surveys, but he makes
also sure the interpretation of all radiologic examinations (he
reads the X-rays), and writes the report for the doctor in
charge. Today's diagnostic radiologist in the United States typically
completes four years of college, four years of medical school, a
year of internship, four years of radiology residency and up to
2 years of fellowship training. This training includes medical image
production, interpretation, radiation safety, and image-guided percutaneous
||He has the diploma of radiology technician,
obtained after 3 years of study and apprenticeship. He executes
a part of the examinations, suggested by the radiologist. It's the
person who asks you to come into the radiology theatre, he tells
you how to prepare yourself for the examination, how to put yourself
in the right position, when to hold one's breath, while the X-rays
being made, and when to dress yourself again.
||He or she does the office work, that's
the first person you meet. You can ask him/ her all information
regarding the examination and the copy of the medical report.
||It covers general services for example:
the carrying of patients, the cleaners in the hospital, the changing
of the bed linen, and so on.
||Many other people work "behind the scenes", and so they
don't have direct contact with the patients. These are camera obscura
staff and archivists.
Who is the person you
meet at first?