radiation therapy: treatment modality
in which diseased areas are exposed
of the primary methods
of diagnosing disease
resinous object: charged particle that repels so-called vitreous objects; term coined by
Charles Du Fay in 1733 (para 1-4).
restricted license: (See limited license.)
roentgenologists: surgeons who served as the first radiologists in the early days of
state credentialing (licensing): applicable in over twenty-five states; requires RT to
present evidence of certification or take state licensing exam (para 5-11).
sonography: also known
; involves the use
of high frequency sound
waves to form an image of an organ, a fetus, or a tumor (para 2-6).
troop medical clinic: where routine sick call for active duty personnel begins; records
for active duty personnel maintained here (para 3-2).
vitreous objects: charged particle named by Charles Du Fay; repels so-called
resinous objects (para 1-5).