By Ramón Ribes

This is an introductory publication to radiological English at the foundation that there are many radiologists, radiology citizens, radiology nurses, radiology scholars, and radiographers all over the world whose English point is indeterminate simply because their studying abilities are a lot larger than their fluency. it's meant to assist these overall healthiness care pros who desire English for his or her paintings yet don't communicate English on a day by day foundation.

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Defining Clauses · The book on interventional radiology (that) you lent me is very interesting. The relative clause is essential to the meaning of the sentence. Commas are not used to separate the relative clause from the rest of the sentence. That is often used instead of who or which, especially in speech. If the relative pronoun is the object (direct object) of the clause, it can be omitted. If the relative pronoun is the subject of the clause, it cannot be omitted. Non-Defining Clauses · The first vertebral angiogram in Australia, which took place at our hospital, was a complete success.

Expressing Possibility To express possibility we can use can, could, may or might (from more to less certainty: can, may, might, could). But also note that ªcanº is used of ability (or capacity) to do something; ªmayº of permission or sanction to do it. Possibility in the Present To say that something is possible we use can, may, might, could: · High doses of radiation can cause you to get cancer (high level of certainty). · Radiation may actually cause you to get cancer (moderate to high level of certainty).

Second person plural changes to first person plural. Third person singular changes to third person plural. Now changes to then. Today changes to that day. Tomorrow changes to the day after. Yesterday changes to the day before. This changes to that. Here changes to there. Ago changes to before. Reported Speech It is not always necessary to change the verb when you use reported speech. If you are reporting something and you feel that it is still true, you do not need to change the tense of the verb, but if you want you can do it: · The treatment of choice for severe urticaria after intravenous contrast administration is epinephrine.

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