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Many people are confused by the differences between a radiographer and a radiologist. So, who do you see when you need an x-ray, CT scan, MRI or ultrasound?

Abdominal ultrasound. Image 1. 1, Diaphragm. 2, Middle hepatic vein. 3, Left hepatic vein. 4, Inferior vena cava. 5, Right lobe of the liver. 6, Left lobe of the liver. 1

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Many people are confused by the differences between a radiographer and a radiologist. So, who do you see when you need an x-ray, CT scan, MRI or ultrasound?

Abdominal ultrasound. Image 1. 1, Diaphragm. 2, Middle hepatic vein. 3, Left hepatic vein. 4, Inferior vena cava. 5, Right lobe of the liver. 6, Left lobe of the liver. 1
Abdominal ultrasound. Image 1. 1, Diaphragm. 2, Middle hepatic vein. 3, Left hepatic vein. 4, Inferior vena cava. 5, Right lobe of the liver. <span>6</span>, Left lobe of the liver.

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Many people are confused by the differences between a radiographer and a radiologist. So, who do you see when you need an x-ray, CT scan, MRI or ultrasound?

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