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DELIVER HIGH-QUALITY MEDICAL CARE TO OUR PATIENTS, EDUCATE HEALTH-CARE PROFESSIONALS, & INCREASE OUR UNDERSTANDING OF HEALTH & DISEASE.

Best Medical Schools - Nationally Ranked #6 in Radiology 2023

The Department of Radiology engages in numerous research studies involving basic science and clinical research in Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Genetics, Immunology, Neurobiology, Microbiology.

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DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE

Duke Radiology believes that delivering the best care to our patients begins with the fundamental belief that all patients are welcome and can access care without bias. We embrace a diverse and inclusive community of faculty, staff, students, and patients.

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DUKE RADIOLOGY OFFERS AN EXCEPTIONAL LEVEL OF MEDICAL CARE WITH ITS NINE SUBSPECIALTY CLINICAL DIVISIONS.

Each patient receives the highest quality care possible as all imaging studies and procedures are interpreted and performed by one of our subspecialty trained, board-certified radiologists.

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ABDOMINAL IMAGING

The Division of Abdominal Imaging brings a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation and treatment of patients requiring any aspect of abdominal imaging.

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BREAST IMAGING

The Duke Radiology Breast Imaging Division offers multimodality breast imaging services at multiple locations in Durham and Raleigh.

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CARDIOTHORACIC IMAGING

The Duke Radiology Breast Imaging Division offers multimodality breast imaging services at multiple locations in Durham and Raleigh.

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COMMUNITY RADIOLOGY

The Community Division delivers high quality diagnostic and interventional radiology, as well as sub-specialty services to include abdominal imaging, breast imaging, musculoskeletal imaging, and neuroradiology, in many convenient locations around Wake County.

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INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

Interventional Radiology is a dynamic medical specialty that merges the most advanced imaging technology available with ever-evolving, cutting edge miniaturized tools and highly specialized devices to allow interventional radiologists to perform minimally invasive treatments through a tiny incision in the skin.

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MUSCULOSKELETAL RADIOLOGY

The Duke Radiology Musculoskeletal Division consists of eight academic musculoskeletal radiologists and one musculoskeletal radiologist from our community division.

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NEURORADIOLOGY

We provide cutting-edge expertise in image-guided diagnostic and procedural care of our patients with potential medical ailments of the brain, neck, and spine.

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NUCLEAR MEDICINE AND RADIOTHERANOSTICS

The Division of Nuclear Medicine and Radiotheranostics provides the most advanced radiotracing techniques to offer better diagnoses for our patients.

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PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY

The Duke University Division of Pediatric Radiology offers the most advance imaging service available for patients under the age of 18.

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FACULTY AND STAFF

Our faculty are recognized throughout the world as experts in imaging

Our radiologists are all subspecialty trained which allows them to focus on specific organ systems and work more closely with Duke’s world class subspecialists in Medicine, Surgery, and Oncology.

RECENT NEWS

Join us either virtually or in person. We have created a directory of sessions featuring Duke Radiology presentations. Show up, tune in, connect and learn surrounded by good company. See you there!

National Radiologic Technology Week (NRTW) 2022 is here!   NRTW is celebrated annually to recognize the vital work of imaging professionals across the nation.
The initiative to drop the shielding is part of a widespread movement to implement updated recommendations from the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, says Donald P. Frush, MD, a Duke radiology professor who chaired the committee that authored the guideline.
Travis Henry, M.D. is awarded Fellowship in ACR

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