electroradiology

e·lec·tro·ra·di·ol·o·gy

(ē-lek'trō-rā'dē-ol'ŏ-jē),
Obsolete term for the use of electricity and x-ray in treatment.
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(3.) Student of the Electroradiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, Medical University of Bialystok, Poland
(i) Radiation resistance: tumour which estimated local dose required for local control that is higher that the maximum acceptable dose equivalent (MPDE) for surrounding organs necessarily irradiated under applicable technical conditions, assessed by a radiation oncologist (guide des Procedures de Radiotherapie Externe 2007 (guidelines for external radiotherapy procedures); joint effort by the French society for oncology radiotherapy (societe Franfaise de radiotherapie oncologique--SFRO), and the French society for medical physics (societe francaise de physique medicale--SFPM), conducted in collaboration with the representatives of the French association of electroradiology paramedical workers (association francaise du personnel paramedical delectroradiologie--AFPPE)).
The analysis of the education level of respondents showed that almost 60% of respondents studied nursing, 30%--physiotherapy and 10%--other fields of studies, such as public health, speech therapy with phonoaudiology and electroradiology. This group consisted predominantly of first-year students (61.0%), 18% were second-year students and the remaining 21.0% were students attending their third year.
Table 2, 3 and 4 present a quantitative summary concerning students of the Medical Faculty (major: medicine) and the Faculty of Health Sciences (majors: nursing, obstetrics, physical therapy, dietetics, public health and electroradiology).