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What conditions does a radiologist normally see?

Radiologists see almost every type of condition that could be diagnosed with imaging. For example, radiologists normally see:

  • broken bones
  • bowel blockages
  • bleeding in the brain
  • tumors
  • blood clots
  • infections

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