neuroradiology

noun
neu·​ro·​ra·​di·​ol·​o·​gy | \ ˌnu̇r-ō-ˌrā-dē-ˈä-lə-jē How to pronounce neuroradiology (audio) , ˌnyu̇r- \

Definition of neuroradiology

: radiology of the nervous system

Other Words from neuroradiology

neuroradiological \ ˌnu̇r-​ō-​ˌrā-​dē-​ə-​ˈlä-​ji-​kəl How to pronounce neuroradiology (audio) , ˌnyu̇r-​ \ adjective
neuroradiologist \ ˌnu̇r-​ō-​ˌrā-​dē-​ˈä-​lə-​jist How to pronounce neuroradiology (audio) , ˌnyu̇r-​ \ noun

Examples of neuroradiology in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The panel included Harvard’s Dr. Martin Kulldorff, Oxford’s Dr. Sunetra Gupta, Stanford’s Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and Dr. Scott Atlas, a past professor and chief of neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center. WSJ, 6 Aug. 2021 And most stunning, a different department, such as cancer, pathology, and neuroradiology but not orthopedics. Diane Omdahl, Forbes, 7 July 2021 The government’s public health experts were all but silenced by the arrival in August of Dr. Scott W. Atlas, the Stanford professor of neuroradiology recruited after appearances on Fox News. New York Times, 31 Dec. 2020 Atlas, a neuroradiology expert at Stanford's Hoover Institution, got the president's attention by echoing his criticism of pandemic lockdown measures during appearances on Fox News. Wired Staff, Wired, 30 Dec. 2020 Atlas joined the White House’s coronavirus task force in August and formerly served as the chief of neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center, which the Trump War Room also pointed out on Twitter. Emma Colton, Washington Examiner, 26 Oct. 2020 Atlas, the former chief of neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center and a fellow at Stanford’s conservative Hoover Institution, has no expertise in public health or infectious diseases. Cathy Bussewitz, Anchorage Daily News, 18 Oct. 2020 Atlas, the former chief of neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center and a fellow at Stanford's conservative Hoover Institution, has no expertise in public health or infectious diseases. Jill Colvin, Star Tribune, 16 Aug. 2020 Atlas, the former chief of neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center and a fellow at Stanford's conservative Hoover Institution, has no expertise in public health or infectious diseases. Jill Colvin, chicagotribune.com, 16 Aug. 2020 See More

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First Known Use of neuroradiology

1938, in the meaning defined above

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neuroradiology

noun
neu·​ro·​ra·​di·​ol·​o·​gy | \ -ˌrād-ē-ˈäl-ə-jē How to pronounce neuroradiology (audio) \
plural neuroradiologies

Medical Definition of neuroradiology

: radiology of the nervous system

Other Words from neuroradiology

neuroradiological \ -​ē-​ə-​ˈläj-​i-​kəl How to pronounce neuroradiology (audio) \ also neuroradiologic \ -​ik How to pronounce neuroradiology (audio) \ adjective

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