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UT Southwestern Medical Center’s board-certified interventional radiologists specialize in the use of minimally invasive, image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases, offering patients fewer risks and shorter recovery times.
We use the latest imaging technologies to conduct more than 5,500 innovative surgeries each year.
Specialty Expertise and Training
Interventional radiology involves using minimally invasive, image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat various diseases. Our interventional radiologists detect and treat everything from cancer and heart disease to varicose veins and women’s health conditions.
In addition to the training that all radiologists receive, our interventional radiologists have advanced fellowship training in interventional radiology, plus extensive real-world experience.
Conditions We Treat With Interventional Radiology
Interventional radiology is used to treat a variety of conditions. At UT Southwestern, we frequently use these procedures to treat many types of tumors of the liver, kidneys, pancreas, and lungs, as well as metastatic cancer in the liver and lungs.
In addition, our interventional radiologists are experts in the treatment of many women’s health disorders, urologic and biliary obstructions, and gastrointestinal problems. We offer central venous access and dialysis maintenance with readily available appointments for these procedures.
Diagnosis and Treatment
Our interventional imaging techniques include:
- Catheter-based angiography
- Computed tomography (CT)
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- State-of- the-art fluoroscopy (real-time X-ray imaging)
These advanced technologies allow our physicians to visualize and treat internal organs with minimal disruption to the body and overall functionality.
Interventional Radiology: Our Services
Our state-of- the-art imaging technologies enable us to provide a broad range of services, such as:
- Dialysis access management
- Endovascular therapy
- Image-guided biopsy
- Noninvasive vascular imaging
- Portal hypertension treatment
- Spine interventions
- Treatment for varicose veins
- Tumor ablation
- Tumor embolization
- Venous sampling
- Vascular access
Our team of interventional radiologists and physician assistants coordinates the complete cycle of care – from imaging evaluation to post-procedure follow-up – maintaining a high level of communication with the patient throughout the process. In addition, we coordinate closely with experts from across the UT Southwestern community when necessary.
Related Conditions and Treatments
- Dialysis Access Management
- Endoleak Repair
- Endovascular Surgery
- Image-Guided Biopsy
- Noninvasive Vascular Imaging
- Portal Vein Hypertension
- Tumor Ablation
- Tumor Embolization
- Uterine Fibroid Embolization
- Varicose Veins
- Vascular Access
- Vascular Malformations
- Vascular Surgery
- Venous Disease
- Venous Sampling