Sonography Students: You can apply to take the SPI examination before graduation.

If you pass a physics class, you can apply for the SPI examination year-round. Learn more about the SPI examination!


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The MSKS examination is now open!

The Musculoskeletal Sonographer (MSKS) examination is now open! Learn more about the benefits of earning the RMSKS credential.

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Registrants, have you claimed your digital badge yet?

​The ARDMS launched a digital badging program to help our registrants promote their credentials. Learn about the benefits of digital badging and more!

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​The current Pediatric Sonography (PS) application period is now open. Learn more about the examination process and how to become credentialed in PS.

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You can now apply for the Midwife examination now through February 25!

By earning the Midwife Sonography Certificate, midwives gain a critical edge in promoting public safety in women’s point-of-care ultrasound.

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Watch #RealTalkSonography, a new video series by ARDMS!

Real Talk Sonography is a new five-part video series about the passion 20+ sonographers have for their profession. Enjoy all five videos now.

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Currently Open & Upcoming Examinations

You can apply now for the following examinations.

​Examination ​Application Period Ready to Apply? ​Need More Info?
AB ​Year-Round Apply Now ​Learn More
BR ​Year-Round Apply Now ​​Learn More
AE  Year-Round Apply Now ​​Learn More
OB/GYN ​ ​Year-Round Apply Now ​​Learn More​​
SPI ​Year-Round Apply Now ​Learn More
VT ​Year-Round Apply Now ​​Learn More
MW ​Dec. 10, 2019 – Feb. 25, 2020 Apply Now ​​Learn More
FE ​Dec. 10, 2019 – Feb. 25, 2020 Apply Now ​​Learn More
PS ​Dec. 10, 2019 – Feb. 25, 2020 Apply Now ​​Learn More
PE January 14, 2020 – March 24, 2020 Apply Now ​​Learn More
MSKS January 28, 2020 – April 7, 2020 Apply Now ​​Learn More
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Ultrasound biopsy-PET combo finds previously missed cancer


Prostate cancer was found in 15 of 31 men who underwent a combination of ultrasound biopsy and PET scans and previously had a negative biopsy, according to a study published in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Twelve of the patients had "clinically significantly disease," according to the study. UroToday (2/19)