Medical Imaging Technology deals with investigations of patients that give imaging information for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment; and also the assessment of health. It involves conventional radiation-based diagnostic radiology besides a wide range of specialized techniques that include, for example, Ultrasound scans, Doppler studies, Bone densitometry, CT, MRI, PETCT, SPECT, Radionuclide imaging and therapy, etc.
These services are solely subjective for patient care and hence, meets the medical ends of all patient and the clinical personnel who are in charge of taking care of those patients. The importance of medical imaging is being felt essentially. The medical imaging techniques include an arrangement for requisition, choice of suitable imaging techniques, patient information, patient consent, patient preparation, patient identification, the performance of imaging procedures, interpretation, reporting, and advice, considering the safety and ethics in diagnostic imaging services.