Dr. John Q Knochel MD Radiologist

Dr. John Knochel is a radiologist in Boise, Idaho. He is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Nampa and Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center. He received his medical degree from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and has been in practice for 34 years. He is one of 22 doctors at Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Nampa and one of 31 at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center who specialize in Radiology.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Radiologist: Vascular & Interventional

Education & Medical Training

University of Utah
Residency, Radiology, 1976 - 1978

University of Utah
Residency, Radiology, 1978 - 1979

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
Class of 1975

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Radiology
Certified in Diagnostic Radiology

American Board of Radiology
Certified in Vascular & Interventional Radiology

AZ State Medical License
Active through 2013

ID State Medical License
Active through 2013

OR State Medical License
Active through 2013

Publications & Presentations

Air as a contrast marker for ultrasound-guided fetal transfusions.
Lee, T. G., Knochel, J. Q., Kochenour, N. K.

Computed tomography in the evaluation of abdominal abscesses.
Koehler, P. R., Knochel, J. Q.

Diagnosis of abdominal abscesses with computed tomography, ultrasound, and 111In leukocyte scans.
Knochel, J. Q., Koehler, P. R., Lee, T. G., Welch, D. M.

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