Dr Russell Young

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About Dr Russell Young

Dr Russell Young qualified as a doctor in 1999. He first became interested in Radiology whilst on a surgical elective placement in Canada. After working a few years as a clinician in Edinburgh and Sydney, he returned to the UK in 2004 to start his specialty training in Radiology. His subspecialist interest is in musculoskeletal radiology, for which he trained during a radiology fellowship at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford.

A Complete Guide to Ultrasound Scans from a Radiologist

Written for Doctify by Dr Russell Young
Radiologist Dr Russell Young tells us everything you can expect from ultrasound scans.
What are the origins of ultrasound scanners?

The era of modern ultrasound advanced rapidly due to World War I, and the sinking of the Titanic. In 1914 it was used to detect submarines and icebergs, and then RADAR […]

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A Complete Guide to MRI Scans from a Radiologist

Written for Doctify by Dr Russell Young
Radiologist Dr Russell Young tells us what you can expect when you go into the hospital for an MRI scan.
What are the origins of MRI scanners?

In 1937 nuclear magnetic resonance was discovered and this phenomenon was developed into magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in 1971. The first MRI scanner was […]

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