Dr. Suresh Babu B

MBBS, FRCR, FRCP, DMRD, EBIR, MBA

🩺  Interventional Radiologist

English, Tamil

Singapore, Singapore

  • USD $1
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation

Dr. Mohamed Abdelghaffar

EUROPEAN BOARD OF INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

🩺  Interventional Radiologist

English

Saudi Arabia, Al Khobar

  • USD $1
  • 10 - 30 min Consultation
  • 1 (current)

Who are Interventional Radiologist?

Interventional radiologists are medical doctors who specialize in minimally invasive procedures that use imaging guidance, such as X-rays, CT scans, and ultrasound, to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions. These procedures are typically performed using small incisions and tiny catheters or other instruments that are guided to the site of the problem using real-time imaging.

Interventional radiologists work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, and outpatient centers. They collaborate closely with other healthcare professionals, including surgeons and oncologists, to provide comprehensive care for patients with complex medical conditions.

One of the primary roles of an interventional radiologist is to diagnose and treat vascular conditions, such as deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, and peripheral arterial disease. They may perform procedures such as angioplasty, stenting, and embolization to improve blood flow and prevent serious complications such as stroke and heart attack.

Interventional radiologists also play a critical role in cancer treatment. They may perform minimally invasive biopsies to diagnose cancer, and use techniques such as ablation, embolization, and radiofrequency to destroy tumors and improve quality of life for cancer patients.

Other conditions that may be treated by interventional radiologists include kidney disease, liver disease, and uterine fibroids. They may perform procedures such as dialysis access placement, liver tumor embolization, and uterine artery embolization to manage these conditions and improve patient outcomes.

Overall, interventional radiologists are essential healthcare professionals who use cutting-edge technology and imaging techniques to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions. Their minimally invasive procedures offer many advantages over traditional surgery, including faster recovery times, reduced risk of complications, and improved patient outcomes. By working closely with other healthcare professionals, interventional radiologists provide comprehensive care for patients with complex medical conditions, and help to improve quality of life for those in need.