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radiologistra‧di‧ol‧o‧gist /ˌreɪdiˈɒlədʒɪst $ -ˈɑː-/ noun [countable]  BOMHa hospital doctor who is trained in the use of radiation to treat people
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radiologistNow he is a radiologist in a suburban hospital of 650 beds.Also patron of battle, the dead, mariners, paratroopers, police officers, and radiologists.Another radiologist confirmed that my kidney was in trouble.Disability aside, one of her top priorities is to be a role model and mentor to aspiring radiologists.The renal ultrasonographic findings were recorded by the radiologist and included renal cysts - their site, number, and diameter.And I sued the radiologist and his partners as well.If it had diminished then, disbelieving the evidence and wishing to make sure, the radiologists might have another go.All radiological examinations were reviewed by at least two gastroenterologists and two radiologists.
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