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Radiologic technologists are medical professionals who perform diagnostic imaging procedures. They are educated in patient care, human anatomy, radiation protection, equipment operation, principles of imaging and radiographic procedures. After earning the primary certification in radiography they are eligible, through additional education and clinical experience, to earn post-primary certification in computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, quality management, bone densitometry, cardiac interventional, vascular interventional, and sonography.
Offered on the Toledo-area campus, the Radiography Technology program offers students a combination of didactic instruction with practical application in clinical education affiliates.
Graduates must take and pass a national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Licensure is also required in most states.