Imaging & Interventional Specialists are experienced and successful at using. Our board-certified vascular physicians offer in office diagnostic testing and will customize a treatment plan for vascular conditions that may include atherectomy
Imaging & Interventional Specialists offer FDA-approved treatments (non-surgical alternatives) for treating many vascular conditions including atherectomy.
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Atherectomy is a specialized “pinhole” technique used by imaging and interventional vascular physicians where a specialized tiny instrument is introduced into an area of narrowing. The plaque is then removed using either a rotating shaver or laser, opening up your artery and decreasing your symptoms.
Atherectomy is a “pinhole” procedure performed by imaging and interventional specialists whereby a tiny, minute generalized device is advanced into a region of narrowing. Using a shaving or laser technique plaque is removed, opening up your artery. Oftentimes atherectomy is used in combination with angioplasty and stenting for optimal treatment. The benefits to atherectomy include:
Our experienced board-certified specialists successfully perform “pinhole” procedures every day offering this region leading, state-of-the-art solutions for a variety of vascular based disease processes. Our minimally invasive image guided procedures are cutting edge technology without the cutting, without the scalpel. Oftentimes you leave only with a Band-Aid!
Imaging & Interventional Specialists are leaders in interventional radiology and experts in the minimally invasive procedures that treat a wide variety of disease processes with underlying vascular courses.
Using state-of-the-art equipment, our experienced board-certified specialists are focused on your best outcome.
At Imaging & Interventional Specialists board certified physicians offer in-house testing to diagnose your condition and a wide array of minimally invasive procedures including atherectomy.
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