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Texas Interventional Radiology - Our physicians at Texas Interventional Radiology treat a wide variety of conditions using cutting edge imaging guidance techniques allowing a minimally invasive approach.

  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/dallas-vascular-consultants/ Dallas Vascular Consultants - Texas Interventional Radiology - This is the site for Texas Interventional Radiology, formerly called Dallas Vascular Consultants.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/artery-embolization/ Artery Embolization - Texas Interventional Radiology - Embolization is the intentional occlusion, or blocking, or arteries or veins to treat various disorders such as aneurysms, tumors, fistulas, and others. This is done through a small skin puncture under X-ray guidance, and is used only on blood vessels which are believed not be completely necessary for important functions due the presence of other sources of adequate blood supply, or because the tissues supplied by the vessels are abnormal or not necessary. The blockage may be achieved by a variety of different tools such as tiny beads, wire coils, or liquids which harden once they are injected into proper position.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/uterine-fibroid-embolization/ Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) - Texas Interventional Radiology - UFE is a non-surgical way to treat fibroids (tumors that grow in or on the uterus). It is performed through a small skin puncture using X-ray guidance.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/varicocele-embolization/ Varicocele Embolization - Texas Interventional Radiology - Varicoceles are enlarged veins inside the scrotum which can cause swelling, pain, or infertility. Oftentimes they cause no problems and do not require treatment. If causing problems, they are often effectively treated by embolization (intentional blocking) of the gonadal vein, which is a long vein for the testicle, located mostly within the abdomen. Using minimally invasive technique, a small catheter can be inserted into a leg vein and guided under X-ray to the abnormal vein in the abdomen, which is then blocked off. The procedure involves very little pain or recovery period and is therefore often preferred over surgical options, especially for active or working patients.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/chemo-embolization/ Chemo-embolization - Texas Interventional Radiology - Tumors of some organs, such as the liver, may be treated without surgery by using chemo-embolization. This involves the injection of tiny microscopic beads, soaked in a chemotherapy drug, into the small arteries feeding the tumor. Chemo-embolization is performed using a small tube inserted through a puncture site in the leg under X-ray guidance. The beads reduce blood flow to the tumor, and the chemotherapy drug may achieve very high levels in the tumor without causing high levels throughout the body.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/endovascular-stent-graft/ Endovascular Stent Graft - Texas Interventional Radiology - Endovascular stent grafts are composed of metal stents covered in fabric. They are used to open clogged blood vessels or treat aneurysms, and are placed into the arteries through catheters. They may be placed through a small skin puncture, or in some cases using small incisions in the groin. Stent grafts provide a much less invasive way to fix these conditions compared to conventional surgical repair.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/angioplasty-stents/ Angioplasty & Stents - Texas Interventional Radiology - Angioplasty involves the inflation of a small balloon inside a blood vessel to unclog it. It is usually performed through a small puncture site using X-ray guidance. Often a metal stent, which looks like a tube made out of tiny metal mesh, is also inserted to keep the vessel open.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/carotid-stenting/ Carotid Angioplasty & Stenting - Texas Interventional Radiology - Blockages of the carotid artery to the brain can cause strokes or temporary “mini-strokes” (TIA’s). One method of treatment involves the placement of a stent into the carotid artery using small catheters which are inserted into a leg vessel through a skin puncture under X-ray guidance.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/cerebral-angioplasty/ Cerebral Angioplasty - Texas Interventional Radiology - Cerebral angiography (studies of the arteries to the brain) are performed in our procedure suite using a small artery puncture in the leg artery under X-ray guidance. This is often used to diagnosis various conditions or to evaluate for possible treatment or follow-up on previous treatment.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/aneurysm-repair/ Aneurysm Repair: Brain - Texas Interventional Radiology - Aneurysms within the brain may sometimes be repaired without surgery using minimally invasive techinques. Through a small puncture in the leg artery, special tools such as tiny coils or stents are advanced under X-ray guidance into the brain.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/aneurysm-repair-body/ Aneurysm Repair: Body - Texas Interventional Radiology - Aneurysms of the body may be repaired using a minimally invasive technique called stent-grafts. This procedure is sometimes also called EVAR (endovascular aneurysm repair). This is commonly performed for Aortic aneurysms which may be thoracic (in the chest) or abdominal. Other smaller arteries are often repaired with stent grafts. Stent-grafts are inserted through small holes in the accessible arteries such as in the leg. In some, but not all cases, this may require a small incision at the groin, which is much simpler and with much faster recovery than the old-fashioned surgical incision over the abdomen. In other cases, an even simpler puncture is performed which requires no cutting or stitches. The stent graft is placed insider the artery under x-ray guidance.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/stroke-therapy/ Stroke Therapy - Texas Interventional Radiology - Strokes require very rapid treatment in many cases to prevent or decrease long-term damage. Texas Interventional Radiology provides a rapid response approach which sometimes involves the use of imaging-guided techniques to open blocked vessels and restore blood flow. Small catheters are guided from a small leg artery puncture to the brain where a variety of drugs or special tools treat the problem.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/tips/ TIPS - Texas Interventional Radiology - TIPS (Trans-jugular Intrahepatic PortosystemicSshunt) is used to treat liver disease or disorders of the veins to the liver which are causing problems such as bleeding or fluid build-up in the abdomen. Physicians create a shunt (a new route for blood to flow) from the deep abdominal veins to the veins leading to the heart, which decompresses the deep veins and reduces risk of bleeding and ascites (abdominal fluid). This procedure is minimally invasive and performed through a small skin incision at the neck vein under X-ray guidance.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/radio-frequency-ablation/ Radio Frequency Ablation - Texas Interventional Radiology - Radio Frequency Ablation involves the introduction of heat energy into a tumor inside the body through a small skin puncture, using a needle which transmits radio-waves. The heat kills tumor cells immediately. This is performed under CT guidance under general anesthesia (“asleep”).
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/kyphoplasty-vertebroplasty/ Kyphoplasty & Vertebroplasty - Texas Interventional Radiology - Kyphoplasty or vertebroplasty may relieve chronic pain caused by spine compressions.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/liver-tumor-treatment/ Liver Tumor Treatment - Texas Interventional Radiology - Liver tumors are sometimes treated using Y-90 beads. These microscopic beads contain radioactive Y-90 which emits radiation that penetrates the tumor without very much radiation extending out to other organs. The beads are injected directly into arteries feeding the tumors through a catheter which is inserted into a small puncture in the leg artery, under X-ray guidance.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/expertise/general-procedure/ General Procedure - Texas Interventional Radiology - How to Prepare: Do not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before procedure, except for sips of water with your usual medications. Please take your usual medications except for blood thinners. If you are on blood thinners (e.g. aspirin, Plavix, Coumadin, lovenox, or others) please ask for instructions 1 week in advance of procedure.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/ Physicians - Texas Interventional Radiology - Our physicians have expertise in a wide range of disorders and procedures in the fields of Interventional Radiology and Neruo-Interventional Radiology. Click on a physicians’s name to learn more.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/chet-rees/ Chet R. Rees, MD FSIR - Texas Interventional Radiology - Specialties: Interventional Radiology, Endovascular Specialist, Vascular Medicine, Cancer, Lower & Upper Extremity Disease, Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/joseph-hise/ Joseph H. Hise, MD - Texas Interventional Radiology - Specialties: Stroke, Intracranial Aneurysms. Education: College- Texas A&M University College Station, TX. Medical School- Texas A&M University College of Medicine College Station, TX
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/james-meler/ James D. Meler, MD - Texas Interventional Radiology - Specialties: Endovascular Specialist, Interventional Radiology, Neuro Vascular, Vascular Medicine, Cancer (Interventional Treatments), Upper & Lower Extremity Disease, Neurological Conditions, Stroke (Interventional Treatments)
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/ike-thacker-2/ Ike Thacker, MD - Texas Interventional Radiology - Specialties: Diagnostic Radiology. Education: College-Texas A&M University College Station, TX. Medical School- University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, TX.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/kennith-layton/ Kennith Layton, MD - Texas Interventional Radiology - Specialties: Stroke, Intracranial Aneurysms, Vertebroplasty, Sacroplasty, Petrosal Sinus Sampling. Education: College- Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK. Medical School- University of Oklahoma Tulsa, OK
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/marco-cura-2/ Marco Cura, MD FSIR - Texas Interventional Radiology - Chief of Interventional Radiology, Baylor University Medical Center. Fellowship Program Director, Baylor University Medical Center. Associate Professor of Radiology, Texas A&M College of Medicine
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/cathryn-shaw/ Cathryn J. Shaw, MD - Texas Interventional Radiology - Cathryn Shaw's Education: Medical School - University of Mississippi Medical Center Jackson, MS 2001 - 2005. Internship - Internal Medicine Baptist Health System Birmingham, AL 2005 - 2006
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/jeffrey-haithcock/ Jeffrey A. Haithcock, MD - Texas Interventional Radiology - Education: Medical School- The Ohio State University College of Medicine Columbus, Ohio 1998 - 2002 Internship- Internal Medicine Baylor University Medical Center Department of Internal Medicine Dallas, Texas 2003 - 2004
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/brian-brown-3/ Brian Brown, NP - Texas Interventional Radiology - Brian Brown's Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. Master of Science in Nursing - Baylor University, Waco, Texas.
  • http://texasinterventionalradiology.com/physicians/kimberly-thomas/ Kimberly Thomas, PA - Texas Interventional Radiology - Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 1997. Master of Science, Physician Assistant Program Baylor College of Medicine Houston, TX 2003.

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