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Medical Specialist: Neuroradiology

Neuroradiology is a subspecialty of Diagnostic Radiology. Upon completion of medical school, the Diagnostic Radiologist completes a five-year residency program. The neuroradiologist completes a one-year fellowship program, specializing in plain-film (including angiography, myelography and magnetic resonance imaging) diagnosis of the skull, sinuses, mastoids, spinal, and head-and-neck structures, and other imaging and procedures related to the central nervous system and head and neck.

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American Board of Radiology 2008.

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Written by: JC Jones MA, RN
Last Updated: February 20, 2008
Published By: Healthline Networks Inc.
 
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