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What are veterinary specialists?
In veterinary medicine, as in human medicine, some doctors choose to specialize in an area of interest. A veterinary specialist is a veterinarian who has undergone years of advanced education and training in a certain field or discipline and earned board certification.
To earn the designation of “board-certified specialist” veterinarians must attend undergraduate school, attend veterinary school, complete an internship (1-2 years), and complete a residency (2-4 years) in their chosen field. These residency programs require veterinarians to meet specific training and caseload requirements, perform research in their specialty field, and have that research published. They must also pass a set of rigorous examinations administered by the board of the specialty college. It is only after the completion of all prior steps does a veterinarian earn the title of “Veterinary Diplomate” and become a board-certified veterinary specialist.
American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) board certified radiologists spend at least three years after achieving their veterinary medical degree (DVM or VMD) focusing strictly on the application of imaging including radiography, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and nuclear medicine (NM) to determine a diagnosis.
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Providing service throughout Northwest Ohio: Perrysburg, Toledo, Maumee, Rossford, Sylvania, and surrounding areas.
Appointments are available upon request, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Please call us at (419) 210-8110 to make an appointment.