Ultrasoundschoolsinfo.com is an informational resource for those interested in pursing education and career options in diagnostic medical sonography. Our goal is to gather information and data from trusted and authoritative sources and compile them in an interesting and easy to understand format. We strive to provide insights into the many ultrasound career options, including job descriptions, specializations, salary data, job growth, and degree options. In addition, we provide information on campus based and online schools offering medical sonography and imaging programs.
Our Quality Standards
At Ultrasoundschoolsinfo.com, our goal is to provide a reliable and accurate resource for students and professionals alike. Our site is reviewed on an ongoing basis by our ultrasound panel members to ensure:
- Consistent, reliable and up to date information that visitors can use to help them in their career and education decisions.
- Information that goes deeper than typical resources, offering a broad spectrum of information, all in one location.
- We provide an avenue for input or feedback on our site at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In the summer of 2010, the husband of one of our editors was diagnosed with cancer. Twice. He had found a concerning lump in his testicle, and scheduled an appointment with his doctor (even though he himself was sure it was nothing). The doctor was concerned, and said he needed an ultrasound to confirm his suspicion. By the end of the day, they had confirmed through the ultrasound that he had cancer. Routine blood work was ordered, at which time an elevated PSA was discovered, which is a common indicator of prostate cancer. Within three days, he was being seen by both an oncologist and a urologist, and within a week had begun treatment for testicular cancer. Two months later, his prostate was removed. Because the ultrasound was so immediately available, with same day results, the cancers were caught before they had a chance to spread. Diagnostic medical sonographers have a hand in detecting this potentially devastating disease, that affects so many of us, either directly or indirectly. It’s a vitally important career choice.
Websites and blogs might want to link to ultrasoundschoolsinfo.com for a variety of reasons.
- Libraries and education centers provide their users with a useful career and school reference.
- Career offices in high schools and colleges can provide their students with unique information about their diagnostic medical sonography options.
- Bloggers can give information and industry insights on ultrasound careers, degree options, or topics of interest.
Basic Linking Instructions
To link to ultrasoundschoolsinfo’s home page, cut and paste the following HTML into your web site:
<a href=”http://www.ultrasoundschoolsinfo.com/”>Ultrasound Schools</a>
You may replace the anchor text, “Ultrasound Schools”, with any text that fairly represents the content of the web site, such as “Ultrasound Degree’s”, “Ultrasound Careers”, etc.
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