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Ronald Zagoria



Dr. Ronald Zagoria is a radiologist and UCSF's chief of abdominal imaging. His interests in patient care include urologic oncology, urolithiasis (concentrated waste material in the urinary system, such as kidney stones) and infertility. He specializes in image-guided tumor ablation for kidney cancer.

Zagoria earned his medical degree at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He completed a residency in diagnostic radiology and a fellowship in abdominal imaging and interventional radiology at Wake Forest University.

Prior to joining UCSF, Zagoria served as chief of genitourinary imaging and intervention as well as executive vice chair for the radiology department at Wake Forest School of Medicine.

Castle Connolly and U.S. News & World Report, among other national organizations, have repeatedly recognized Zagoria as one of the best doctors in America and specifically as a top doctor for cancer and a top radiologist. He has given more than 300 lectures and presentations, and has written more than 300 published pieces, including textbooks, book chapters, journal articles and medical abstracts.

  • Education

    University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1983

  • Residencies

    Wake Forest University, Diagnostic Radiology, 1986

  • Fellowships

    Wake Forest University, Abdominal Imaging and Interventional Radiology, 1987

  • Academic Title


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