Neuroradiology and Neurointerventional Radiology

Neuroradiologists are physicians who specialize in the field of radiology.  After receiving a medical degree additional training, known as residency, involves four strenuous years of supervised practice. Following radiology residency, the neuroradiologist undergoes two additional years of fellowship training under the supervision of trained neuroradiologists.

Jefferson Radiology neuroradiologists specialize in diagnosis and treatments for diseases of the brain, spinal cord, head and neck. They do so by using various imaging modalities such as X-rays, MRI and CT scans. These exams are used to diagnose disease and medical conditions such as stroke, tumors, multiple sclerosis (MS), aneurysms and Alzheimer's disease at an early stage.

Jefferson Radiology neuroradiologists are highly trained and skilled and help to enhance patient care by providing the most accurate timely diagnosis.

Our neuroradiologists interpret a heavy volume of imaging procedures each year including:

  • Head CT scans
  • CT angiography (CTA)
  • MRI exams
  • MR angiography
  • Myelograms
  • Many referred facial, sinus, orbit, temporomandibular joint and neck cases

Jefferson Radiology neuroradiologists:

  • Are constantly evolving protocols to match the latest standards
  • Have a strong rapport with a variety of referring physicians including ENT/otolaryngologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, endocrinologists, and general practitioners
  • Evoke a collaborative approach in a working with surgeons




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