Radiology is an important medical field that involves passing x-rays through a human body for the purpose of diagnosing medical conditions.  There are several different medical imaging technologies within the field of radiology, including “plain” or “projection” radiography (this is your traditional x-ray), as well as the more modern techniques of ultrasound sonography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and CT scanning.

In order to pursue a career as a radiology technician, x-ray technician, or medical sonographer, you must receive some educational training, typically offered in the form of a diploma or Associates Degree program. Learn more by reading:

There are several schools in Texas that offer radiology programs:

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