Interventional radiology

What is Interventional radiology?

The clinical subspecialty that uses fluoroscopy, CT, and ultrasound to guide percutaneous procedures such as performing biopsies, draining fluids, inserting catheters, or dilating or stenting narrowed ducts or vessels.

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My mother in the UK is 91 [I live in Spain so am not supervising my mother as I live too far away] .My sister has just had to admit my mother to...

doctor1 MD

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Without the actual detailed medical history and reports of imaging studies like doppler, angiography it is difficult to give a accurate...

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I had angioplasty oct 2010. I am turning 40 next month. For the past three weeks I have had headaches with dizziness and jaw numbness, arm...

doctor1 MD

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Thanks for the query,

Dizziness, headache etc is a very difficult symptom to find a cause for. It may be completely unrelated to any heart...

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My dad had a stroke, actually a TIA 3 months ago and his right vertebral artery is 100% blocked and left one is blocked a bit as well. He is 55...

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Thanks for the query.

I understand what your dear dad is going through physically and psychologically.It is noted that most of the patients...

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