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Interventional Radiology offer comprehensive Vascular, Neurovascular and Non- vascular interventions. The hospital has highly sophisticated angiography equipment, it combines the facility of (i) high resolution digital angiography, (ii) 3D Rotational Angiography with (iii) CT scan to deliver exact treatment and confirm the results in single equipment. By utilizing this unique facility highly accurate treatment is done by dedicated and experienced doctors. List of procedures is mentioned in the table below.

Nomenclature

Category

Procedure

Neurovascular

Neurovascular

Neuro carotid angioplasty and stenting

 

Neurovascular

Neuro AVM embolisation

 

Neurovascular

Neuro aneurysm coiling

 

Neurovascular

Neuro diagnostic angiography

 

Neurovascular

Neuro angiography spinal

 

Neurovascular

Neuro intracranial angioplasty and stenting

 

Neurovascular

Neuro intracranial stroke thrombolysis

 

 

 

Non Vascular

Non vascular

Biliary stenting

 

Non vascular

Fluoroscopic fallopian tube recanalisation

 

Non vascular

Percutaneous Nephrostomy

 

Non vascular

Percutaneous drainage of collection

 

Non vascular

Image guided Neural infiltration

 

Non vascular

Nasogastric tube insertion

 

Non vascular

Drainage follow up study

 

Non vascular

Biliary internal external drainage

 

Non vascular

Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiogram

 

Non vascular

Vertebroplasty

 

Non vascular

Radiofrequency ablation of tumors

 

Non vascular

Percutaneous gastrostomy

 

Non vascular

Percutaneous  Disc treatment

 

Non vascular

Fluoroscopic esophageal balloon dilatation

 

 

 

Vascular

Vascular

Angioplasty & stenting peripheral

 

Vascular

Renin vein sampling

 

Vascular

Diagnostic Angiography peripheral

 

Vascular

Angioplasty peripheral

 

Vascular

Transaarterial chemoembolisation

 

Vascular

Embolisation peripheral

 

Vascular

Embolisation peripheral with microcatheter

 

Vascular

Percutaneous embolisation

 

Vascular

IVC filter

 

Vascular

Thrombolytic therapy peripheral

 

Vascular

Transjugular Intrahepatic portosystemic Stent Shunt(TIPS)

 

Vascular

Venography extremity

 

Vascular

Venogram abdominal

 

Vascular

Transjugular liver biopsy

 

Vascular

EVAR abdominal Aorta

 

Vascular

EVAR thoracic Aorta

 

Vascular

Local venous sclerotherapy

 

Vascular

Endovenous ablation of varicose veins

 

Vascular

Fluoro guided Central venous access

 

Vascular

Retrieval of intravascular foreign bodies

 

Vascular

Testicular/ovarian vein embolisation

Various procedures in Interventional Radiology we do

As technology advances and high-quality imaging equipment becomes more widely available, interventional radiology is able to offer patients and referral physicians a host of new treatment options.

• Angiography: imaging the blood vessels to look for abnormalities with the use of various contrast media mainly iodinated contrast agents.
• Balloon angioplasty/stent: opening of narrow or blocked blood vessels using a balloon; may include placement of metallic stents as well (both self-expanding and balloon expandable).
• Chemoembolisation: delivering cancer treatment directly to a tumour through its blood supply, then using clot-inducing substances to block the artery, ensuring that the delivered chemotherapy is not "washed out" by continued blood flow.
• Drain insertions: placement of tubes into different parts of the body to drain fluids (e.g., abscess drains to remove pus,nephrostomy, pleural drains)
• Embolisation: blocking abnormal blood (artery) vessels (e.g., for the purpose of stopping bleeding) or organs (to stop the extra function e.g. embolization of the spleen for hypersplenism) including uterine artery embolization for percutaneous treatment of uterine fibroids. Various embolic agents are used, including alcohol, glue, metallic coils, poly-vinyl alcohol particles, embospheres, encapsulated chemo-microsphere, and gelfoam.
• Thrombolysis: treatment aimed at dissolving blood clots (e.g., leg vein thrombi, thrombosed hemodialysis accesses, pulmonary emboli,) with both pharmaceutical (TPA) and mechanical means.
• Biopsy: taking of a tissue sample from the area of interest for pathological examination from a percutaneous or transjugular approach
• Radiofrequency ablation (RF/RFA): localized destruction of tissue (e.g., tumours) by heating using specilaised equipment under image guidance.
• Venous access: insertion and management of specialized kinds of intravenous devices (IVs) under image guidance.
• IVC filters: metallic filters placed in the inferior vena cava to prevent propagation of deep venous thrombus, both temporary and permanent.
• Vertebroplasty: percutaneous injection of biocompatible bone cement inside diseased or fractured vertebrae
• Nephrostomy/NUS placement: Placing a catheter directly into the kidney to drain urine in situations where normal flow of urine is obstructed. NUS catheters are nephroureteral stents which are placed through the ureter and into the bladder.
• Gastrostomy/gastrojejunostomy tube placement: placement of a feeding tube percutaneously into the stomach and/or jejunum.

 
 
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