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Interventional radiology uses imaging technology to guide minimally invasive procedures and enhance outcomes. Using computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tests, fluoroscopies or ultrasounds, along with other small surgical instruments, interventional radiologists can make precise movements. This can help lower your risks and reduce your pain.
Interventional radiologists are surgeons who have extra training in a broad range of body systems, including heart and vascular lungs, brain , spine, urinary and reproductive.
PeaceHealth offers diagnostic imaging services in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
PeaceHealth offers access to specialized care to treat a wide range of conditions, including heart and vascular disease, neurological conditions, chronic pain and cancer. Many of our programs are recognized and certified by professional organizations, which demonstrates our ongoing commitment to deliver high-quality care to our patients.
Interventional cardiologists at PeaceHealth provide high quality treatment and care to give you the power to feel your best. We’ll work closely together to create a plan that helps minimize your risk and improve your outcome.
Quick treatment of a stroke and other neurologic conditions can help improve your recovery and limit possible side effects. PeaceHealth is proud to offer advances in interventional neurology which can treat vascular disease of the central nervous system.
Interventional radiologists at PeaceHealth are committed to helping you heal. We partner with doctors, nurses and therapists so you receive the care you need.
Interventional radiology helps in diagnosing and managing many types of cancer, including breast, kidney, liver and lung.
An interventional radiologist can offer procedures to treat ongoing pain in your body.
Minimally invasive interventional radiology can help treat and manage a range of GI and digestive tract disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), peptic ulcer disease and hiatal hernia.
Conditions that affect a woman’s reproductive system, such as infertility and uterine fibroids, can sometimes be treated with interventional radiology.
Minimally invasive interventional treatments can treat cardiovascular conditions such as heart attack and valve problems.
You may be able to find relief for low back pain, osteoporosis and more, with minimally invasive procedures led by interventional radiologists.
Interventional radiology offers advances in treatments for conditions such as stroke and brain aneurysm.
An interventional radiologist may help treat conditions such as cysts and pleural effusion that affect the lungs, esophagus and more.
An interventional radiologist can treat many health problems caused by sudden injury or internal bleeding.
Interventional radiologists work with patients who have an enlarged prostate, male infertility, kidney conditions and more.
Many vascular conditions are treated with interventional radiology, including deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
Interventional radiology offers minimally invasive treatments to repair damage to veins and help relieve pain.