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 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 »

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 does interventional radiology work?

Interventional radiology evolved in the early 1960s from diagnostic angiography and the work of Dr. Charles Dotter, who prevented the amputation of an elderly woman's severely gangrenous foot by un... Read More »

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 »