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Where can I buy a lost American Board of Radiology certificate?

American Board of Radiology certificate
American Board of Radiology certificate

Where can I buy a lost American Board of Radiology certificate? How much does it cost to buy a duplicate ABR certificate?
Neuroradiology Neuroradiology
Specialists diagnose and treat disorders of the brain, sinuses, spine, spinal cord, neck and central nervous system, such as aging and degenerative diseases, epilepsy, cancer, stroke, cerebrovascular disease and trauma. Imaging commonly used in neuroradiology include angiography, myelography, interventional techniques, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). An additional two years – one year of fellowship and one year of practical or additional approved training – are required.

nuclear radiology nuclear radiology
Experts use trace amounts of radioactive substances (radionuclides) to provide images and information for diagnosis. Imaging that may involve nuclear radiology include PET (positron emission tomography) and SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography) scans. An additional year of scholarship training is required.

pain medicine pain medicine
Specialists diagnose and treat patients experiencing acute or chronic pain or cancer-related pain problems in hospital and outpatient settings, and coordinate care needs with other specialists.Buy duplicate American Board of Radiology certificate.

Pediatric Radiology Pediatric Radiology
Specialists use imaging and interventional procedures related to the diagnosis, care, and management of congenital abnormalities (abnormalities present at birth) and diseases unique to infants and children. Pediatric radiologists also treat diseases that start in childhood and can cause damage in adulthood. Buy duplicate ABR certificate. An additional two years – one year of fellowship and one year of practical or additional approved training – are required.

Interventional Radiology and Diagnostic Radiology
Interventional radiologists combine the capabilities of imaging, image-guided minimally invasive surgery, and perioperative patient care to diagnose and treat benign and malignant diseases of the chest, abdomen, pelvis, and extremities. Treatment includes embolization, angioplasty, stenting, thrombus management, drainage, and ablation. Training includes a minimum of three years in diagnostic radiology and two years in interventional radiology, leading to entry level certification in interventional radiology/diagnostic radiology.

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