Tons of questions... Anyone know what the lifestyle of interventional radiology is say compared to one of the "better" surgical subspecialities like ENT or Opthamology? I know they have to actually come in on call as opposed to a regular radiologist who might be able to read films from home... Also, what is the compensation like. I'm assuming its higher than standard radiologist. Is it along the lines of the surgical subspecialities mentioned above, more, less? Is obtaining a fellowship hard? Are there problems finding jobs in this field? Prediction for the future in this field?? Thanks for your time!