Last verified on September 8, 2021
Only candidates who are certified in general radiology, diagnostic radiology, or interventional/diagnostic radiology are eligible to be certified in nuclear radiology.
A board-certified nuclear radiologist is specialty-certified in diagnostic radiology (DR) or interventional radiology/diagnostic radiology (IR/DR) and has additional training and subspecialty certification in nuclear radiology. The ABR conducts computer-based exams to assess a candidate’s knowledge, problem-solving ability, and application of diagnostic and therapeutic skills to a degree worthy of the public's and the profession's trust. An individual certified in nuclear radiology is deemed capable of working in various sectors of the field safely and effectively, including use of unsealed byproduct material for which a written directive is required in accordance with 10 CFR.390.
Exam Breakdown and Timing
The Nuclear Radiology Subspecialty Exam is a one-day computer-based exam consisting of 180 questions and is approximately 3 hours long.
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