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Integrated IR residency training is six years, composed of one clinical year of surgery, three years of diagnostic radiology, and two years of interventional radiology. The diagnostic radiology curriculum consists of 20 weeks of neuroradiology, 10 weeks of musculoskeletal radiology, 4 weeks of cardiothoracic radiology, 12 weeks of breast radiology, 14 weeks of abdominal radiology (GI/GU and Body MRI), 8 weeks of pediatric radiology at Boston Children’s Hospital (ranked #1 children’s hospital in U.S. News & World Report), 10 weeks of ultrasonography, 16 weeks of nuclear radiology, 38 weeks of general radiology (ER, Late Stay, Night Float, and Day Float), 4 weeks of research, and a 4-week Radiologic Pathology Correlation Course at the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology in Washington, D.C. The interventional radiology curriculum consists of 64 weeks of IR, 8 weeks of endovascular surgical neuroradiology, 8 weeks of vascular surgery, 4 weeks of wound care, 4 weeks of pediatric IR at Boston Children’s Hospital, 8 weeks of clinic, and 4 weeks of critical care medicine.