Interventional

Contrast-enhanced imaging can help clinicians assess thromboembolism earlier and determine if and when to remove filters, researchers explained in Clinical Imaging.

Salt Lake City-based Xenter is using physiological and intravascular imaging data to better treat heart and vascular diseases, among other goals.

A group of 11 societies issued a practice advisory on Thursday to help physicians better select contrast agents and manage adverse events.

Over the course of a single work week, one IR department emitted the equivalent of driving an average car 58,300 miles, NYU Langone researchers reported Monday.

Diagnostic radiologists trailed both, growing by 0.06% per year between 2015 and 2019, according to a new workforce analysis.

One year after undergoing genicular artery embolization, 7 in 10 individuals said their pain levels dropped by more than 50%.

Radiofrequency ablation provided comfort in as little as three days, significantly better than traditional treatments.

The technique is likely best used to guide surgical opinions rather than replace them altogether, experts noted in Frontiers in Oncology.

The pair called on the American Board of Radiology and European Society of Radiology to incorporate forward-looking principles into their core curriculum.

Postgraduate radiologists had particular trouble with high-cost items, such as IVC filters, stent grafts and EVAR grafts, researchers reported in the Irish Medical Journal.

Nearly all men treated with high-intensity focused ultrasound were disease-free at their treatment site after a five-month follow-up biopsy, experts explained Tuesday in Radiology.

The Mountain View, California-based company's Coral system is meant to simplify a number of minimally invasive heart interventions.