Interventional Radiology

Interventional Radiology in the Management of Liver Disease

The mainstream perception of radiology is as a diagnostic tool to see into parts of the body where our eyes can’t. Used that way, it’s the most effective way of diagnosing a broken bone, or locating a malignancy. But interventional radiologists can also manage complications of liver disease.

Interventional Radiology: Adapting to the Changing Economics & Practices of Health Care

The United States spends more than any other country on healthcare. However, the excessive amount of money that the nation is spending on healthcare does not necessarily lead to better health outcomes or superior service.

Interventional Radiology Achieves Specialty Status

Recognizing the growing importance and value of Interventional Radiology to medicine and patients, the American Board of Medical Specialties has approved the application from the American Board of Radiology for a new Dual Primary Certificate in Interventional Radiology and Diagnostic Radiology.