Angiography and Stenting in the Legs
Narrowing in the arteries can cause leg pain, skin ulcers, and even gangrene. This minimally invasive procedure can improve blood flow, alleviate symptoms, and even help you avoid amputation.
Carotid Artery Stenting
Narrowing in the carotid arteries can cause a stroke. This minimally invasive procedure can open up the arteries to your brain and decrease your risk of having a stroke.
Kidney Tumor Ablation
A special needle is placed into the kidney tumor with ultrasound and CT guidance. The tumor is then frozen and killed. The rest of the kidney is spared and can keep doing its job.
Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure in which a cement-like polymer is injected in a broken bone in your spine. The goal is stabilization of the fracture and pain relief.
Kyphoplasty with Ablation
When cancer spreads to the spine, it often causes severe pain. A new minimally-invasive treatment combines ablating the tumor with heat and then strengthening the bone with a cement-like polymer.
This minimally invasive procedure can treat liver cancer from the inside by simultaneously taking away the blood supply to the tumor and giving chemotherapy directly into the tumor.
Liver Tumor Ablation
A special needle is placed into the tumor in the liver with ultrasound and CT guidance. The tumor is then ablated with high temperature and immediately killed.
Mesenteric Artery Stenting
Narrowing of the arteries to your intestines can cause severe abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and weight loss. A stent can open the arteries and improve symptoms and quality of life.
Prostate Artery Embolization
Prostate Artery Embolization (PAE) is a new treatment for men with BPH. This minimally invasive treatment causes the prostate to shrink and improves symptoms related to BPH.
Uterine Fibroid Embolization
Uterine fibroids are a very common problem for women and often hysterectomy is the only treatment option provided. Embolization is a minimally invasive way to shrink the tumors without surgery.
Y-90 for Colon Cancer in the Liver
The most common place for colon cancer to spread is to the liver. Microscopic radioactive beads are injected into the arteries feeding the liver and can kill the tumors from the inside.