Interventional Radiology


Interventional radiology is a rapidly progressing medicine. Radiology department is the department which makes operations without surgery, in cooperation with imaging methods like angiography, ultrasound, especially vascular and tumor diseases.
Interventional Radiology doesn’t deal with a single topic or organ system, such as skin diseases or cardiovascular disease. Many of the organ systems do not have surgery before the previous treatment.
The main features of interventional radiology treatments are the absence of amelia and narcolepsy. Operations are always done with a small pinhole insertion. No traces remain on the body after the procedures are done. For this reason it is also called minimally surgical procedures. Since the imaging methods are always used when entering the body, there is a chance of seeing and treating the body without damaging the body and without damaging it when going to the target organ.
In the vast majority of transactions, the patient is sent to their home.after the hospital on the same day or up to one day. High-tech devices often are used to the patients for treatment.
What is the advantage of treating interventional radiology specialists?
In order to become an interventional radiology specialist, you must first become a radiology specialist, that is, to have a diploma in diagnosis and then to have at least 5 years experience in interventional both during and after the residence period. Radiologists are the only specialists in imaging such as vascular or ultrasonics, CT, MR and have extensive knowledge and ability to use these devices in detail
Successful interventional procedures are made possible by the ability to accurately and quickly identify which vessel or organ is diseased, and to use these devices at the highest level
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