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The American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) is a member-driven, not-for-profit organization consisting of over 800 accredited veterinary radiologists and radiation oncologists.  The college was founded in 1961 by veterinarians committed to advancing veterinary diagnostic imaging  for the benefit of animal health.  Members undergo rigorous post-graduate (after veterinary college) training in a three or four-year residency program, followed by a comprehensive examination. The ACVR is one of 22 veterinary specialties recognized by the American Board of Veterinary Specialties (ABVS) of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).


Dr. Peter V. Scrivani. Cornell University.caption
Dr. Alexandre LeRoux, Animal Medical Center, NY. Ben Hider Photography. caption
CT sinonasal tumor in a cat. Animal Medical Center, NY. caption
Drs. Rachel St. Vincent and Chelsea O'Toole, Radiation Oncology, Animal Medical Center, NY. Ben Hider Photography. caption
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Dr. Stephanie Seller. Animal Medical Center. Ben Hider Photography. caption
CT Examination. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kate Alexandercaption
MRI of a dog with brain edemacaption
Dr. Hock Gan Hang, Purdue Universitycaption
Ultrasound examination. caption
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