How much do interventional radiologists make?

Answer Interventional Radiologists are used throughout the country and, depending on where you are you can make up to $157,000 a year. However, as of November 2009 the average salary for an interventional... Read More »

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How much do radiologists make starting out?

A radiologist uses X-rays, ultrasounds, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to diagnose and treat diseases. As of July 2010, entry-level professionals with less than one y... Read More »

How much do radiologists make after taxes?

The U.S. Department of Labor reports that the mean salary for a radiologist in May 2008 was $55,210. Total taxes will vary by state and the amount of taken deductions, but a radiologist will pay ar... Read More »

Can radiologists be in control of how much radiation the machine gives out?

Yes, they can. Bad? Only if the tests were unnecessary. I would avoid any more radiation for a year or so, unless absolutely necessary...

Interventional Radiology Certification?

The medical professionals known collectively as interventional radiologists make use of high-tech imaging equipment to diagnose and treat human diseases. Qualified by years of education and traini... Read More »