Does medical physics and mechanical engineering work well together?

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I really enjoy physics and I have done my personal statement and it works very well with both mechanical and medical physics. At least I think so. Would it be bad if I applied for 3 mechanical 2 medical physics? Or 4 mechanical and 1 medical physics?
Imperial,Brunel and Queen Mary for mechanical engineering and UCL and Kings for medical physics
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I really enjoy physics and I have done my personal statement and it works very well with both mechanical and medical physics. At least I think so. Would it be bad if I applied for 3 mechanical 2 medical physics? Or 4 mechanical and 1 medical physics?
Imperial,Brunel and Queen Mary for mechanical engineering and UCL and Kings for medical physics
what do you enjoy more?

If you like learning pure physics concepts and applying them to medicine (i.e. stuff like optics, em waves, polarisation etc. and these are all involved in medical physics) then stick to medical physics.
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