Interventional Radiology Procedures
Interventional radiology (IR) is minimally invasive, image-guided procedures that treat a wide array of diseases and conditions. These targeted treatments use various radiology techniques to guide small devices, such as catheters and stents, into blood vessels to deliver medication, treat blocks, or open closed vessels. Usually, IR procedures require little recovery time because they are far less traumatic. As well as a reduction in recovery time, IR procedures benefit patients because they are less painful, less risky, and usually cost less. Click on the services below to learn more about interventional procedures and how they could benefit you.
General Interventional RADIOLOGY
Interventional radiology provides minimally invasive, image-guided diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
Minimally invasive care of patients with stroke, brain aneurysms, and other diseases in the head, neck, and spine.
Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)
Uterine fibroids can be extremely painful and cause heavy menstrual bleeding, making daily activities very difficult.
Interventional Radiology Oncology
Interventional oncology detects, diagnoses, and treats cancer with minimally invasive, image-guided procedures.
GI/Biliary interventions treat blockages, narrowing, and injury of the bile ducts - passages between the liver, gallbladder, and small intestine.
Vascular interventional procedures are used to treat disorders of the blood vessels. Vascular IR procedures can be used to open clogged arteries and to reinforce weakened blood vessels, such as the aorta.
Renal interventional radiology is minimally invasive procedures that treat kidney conditions. Renal IR can be used to treat kidney cancer, help with dialysis treatment, place nephrostomy tubes, and more.