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Medical physics in general, the application of physics concepts, theories, and methods to medicine or healthcare

medical imaging is the technique and process of creating visual representations of the interior of a body for clinical analysis and medical intervention, as well as visual representation of the function of some organs or tissues (physiology)

although similar I think medical physics is more general whereas medical physics is focused on a more specific area

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Medical physics in general, the application of physics concepts, theories, and methods to medicine or healthcare

medical imaging is the technique and process of creating visual representations of the interior of a body for clinical analysis and medical intervention, as well as visual representation of the function of some organs or tissues (physiology)

although similar I think medical physics is more general whereas medical physics is focused on a more specific area
OHH I see, so medical imaging is for like radiographers and stuff??
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OHH I see, so medical imaging is for like radiographers and stuff??
to be honest I only did biology to A level and was googling rough definitions to help you get a start on it

Im not sure much further myself haha but thought I'd answer some unanswered threads ! :

but yes Im pretty sure that is correct
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to be honest I only did biology to A level and was googling rough definitions to help you get a start on it

Im not sure much further myself haha but thought I'd answer some unanswered threads ! :

but yes Im pretty sure that is correct
ok cool! I want to do maths, physics, and biology, do u think these are good enough for med phys?
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ok cool! I want to do maths, physics, and biology, do u think these are good enough for med phys?
if you mean for A level yes those are strong choices and logically the 3 most relevant ones

I dont think youll need further maths or an essay subject but check the specific requirements and recommendations of subject combinations on specific universities you might be interested in by looking at their course pages unless youre still at GCSE level then that might be a bit early haha
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if you mean for A level yes those are strong choices and logically the 3 most relevant ones

I dont think youll need further maths or an essay subject but check the specific requirements and recommendations of subject combinations on specific universities you might be interested in by looking at their course pages unless youre still at GCSE level then that might be a bit early haha
I am at GCSE level lol but I think ahead 😆
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I am at GCSE level lol but I think ahead 😆
thats good of you to think so far ahead but remember course requirements or structures could change or new universities may also offer the course you want too so keep an open mind but those subjects are good so far

also you can speak to your career leader or head of sixth form for further advice
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thats good of you to think so far ahead but remember course requirements or structures could change or new universities may also offer the course you want too so keep an open mind but those subjects are good so far

also you can speak to your career leader or head of sixth form for further advice
yeah definitely, I don't think we have a career leader though? I'm not sure... and no idk who the head of sixth form is tbh lol but thanks 😂
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