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Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiologists use imaging, like X-rays or MRIs, to see inside your body, pinpoint where the problem is and map out how to get there without surgery. Interventional radiologists then guide catheters through pathways in the body, or through the skin, to treat disease or tumors directly at the source. While no treatment is risk-free, the risks of interventional radiology procedures are far lower than the risks of open surgery.