Interventional Radiology


Interventional Radiology

It is the method of treating many diseases with percutaneous intervention as an alternative to surgery.

Interventional Radiology

Biopsy is the process of taking parts for diagnostic purposes from organs thought to be sick in the presence of Magnetic Resonance (MR), Computed Tomography, Ultrasound and Mammography devices.

The tissue pieces taken are examined under the microscope and a definite histopathological diagnosis is reached. Treatment is planned and performed depending on this diagnosis.

The concept of “Interventional Radiology” is a higher specialization of Radiology Specialization, which has been applied in the world and simultaneously in our country in recent years. This concept includes a series of therapeutic procedures that can be performed with these devices in a group of patients who are definitively diagnosed with radiological devices.

Why Interventional Radiology?

  • It can be performed in cases where surgery cannot be applied.
  • Similar results to surgery and other treatment approaches
  • Usually does not require anesthesia
  • Low complication rates
  • Short hospital stay and ease of care
  • Generally, the lower cost is the reason why it is preferred.


  • Fine-needle aspiration biopsies or Tru-cut biopsies are performed with various radiological imaging techniques (Magnetic resonance-Computed tomography-Ultrasonography-Mammography).
  • Neck masses and Thyroid nodules
  • Thorax masses
  • Abdominal organ biopsies (Liver, pancreas, kidney)
  • Bone biopsies are performed.

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