What is a Radiologist?
Radiologists use internal imaging technology to diagnose internal diseases of the bones, muscles, and organs, such as breast cancer, coronary artery disease, and gastrointestinal diseases. Using machines like MRIs, CAT Scans and X-Rays, they can detect diseases and perform minor surgery. Patients are often referred to radiologists by their primary care physicians. Radiologists can also perform radiation therapy to treat patients with cancer.