Interventional Radiology

  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair: A procedure used to repair an abdominal aortic aneurysm via catheters.
  • Angiogram (Carotid): A procedure using x-ray examination via catheter placement in the carotid arteries to check for a narrowing or blockage.
  • Angiogram (Cerebral): A procedure to visualize the cerebral arteries using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Angiogram (Pulmonary): A procedure to visualize the pulmonary artery using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Angiogram (Renal): A procedure to visualize the renal arteries using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Angioplasty (Peripheral): A procedure using a balloon catheter placed in a peripheral artery to open a blockage of the artery.
  • Angioplasty (Renal): A procedure using a balloon catheter placed in the renal artery to open a blockage of the artery.
  • Angiogram (Visceral): A procedure to visualize the viscera using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Carotid Stent: A procedure to insert a small mesh tube (stent) into the carotid artery to restore blood flow through the artery.
  • Central Line Procedure: A procedure to place a central catheter into one of the largest veins deep inside the body using fluoroscopy.
  • Dialysis Catheterization: A procedure to place a catheter to be used to exchange blood during renal dialysis.
  • Embolization: A procedure to place small coils in an artery in order to occlude an artery which has been damaged or is no longer in use.
  • Extremity Arteriogram: A procedure to visualize the arteries of an extremity using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Filter Insertion: A procedure to insert a stainless steel umbrella (filter) into the largest vein to prevent blood clots from traveling from the leg to the lung.
  • Fistulogram: A procedure used to visualize a fistula using contrast and fluoroscopic x-ray. 
  • Gastrostomy Tube Placement: A procedure to insert a tube directly into the stomach from the abdomen.
  • IV Port Insertion: A procedure to insert an IV that is then capped off and used for intermittent medication administration.
  • Liver Biopsy: A procedure to remove a small piece of liver tissue using x-ray to guide the needle.
  • Percutaneous Nephrostomy: A procedure to place a tube directly through the skin into the kidney for drainage.
  • Percutaneous Transhepatic Cholangiogram: A procedure to visualize the liver and gallbladder using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • PICC Line Procedure: A procedure to insert an extra long IV catheter that will remain in over a period of time and can be used for home or intermittent medication infusions.
  • Transjugular Intrahepatic Portal System Shunt: A method to divert blood from the liver using an intravenous catheter.
  • Venacavagram: A procedure to visualize the vena cava using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Venogram (Lower Extremity): A procedure to visualize the lower extremity veins using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Venogram (Renal): A procedure to visualize the renal veins using contrast and fluoroscopy.
  • Venogram (Upper Extremity): A procedure to visualize the upper extremity veins using contrast and fluoroscopy.