Genitourinary interventions

Genitourinary interventions are used to treat urinary tract problems that block the flow of urine from the kidneys and bladder. They may be used to:

Interventional radiologists offer several image-guided, minimally invasive treatment options to relieve urinary problems. The treatments often take advantage of special imaging technologies such as ultrasound as well as fluoroscopy, which uses X-rays to create real-time, moving images of structures inside the body. Treatment options include: Ureteral Stenting, nephrostomy, suprapubic catheterization, dilation of narrowed or blocked urinary tract, Ablation or obliteration of cysts, lymphoceles, fallopian tube recanalization for infertility.

 

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