Last verified on June 19, 2017
Only candidates who are certified in general radiology, diagnostic radiology, or interventional/diagnostic radiology are eligible to be certified in neuroradiology.
The American Board of Radiology conducts an image-rich, computer-based exam to ascertain the qualification of diagnostic radiologists who have studied neuroradiology. A board-certified neuroradiologist is one who has demonstrated knowledge, problem-solving, and application of those skills to a degree worthy of the public's and the profession's trust. This is someone deemed capable of working in various sectors of the field safely and effectively.
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