Last verified on October 10, 2019
Only candidates who are certified in general radiology, diagnostic radiology, or interventional/diagnostic radiology, are eligible to be certified in pediatric radiology.
The American Board of Radiology administers a computer-based exam to ascertain the qualification of diagnostic radiologists who have studied pediatric radiology. A board-certified pediatric radiologist 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.
Exam Breakdown and Timing
The Pediatric Radiology Subspecialty Exam is a one-day computer-based exam consisting of approximately 180 questions. Candidates making travel arrangements should plan for a minimum of 5 hours of exam time. Candidates will receive 30 minutes of break time for each exam.
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