Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiology is one of the newest treatments in radiology. Many procedures can be completed in an outpatient setting. Interventional radiology is a minimally invasive, targeted treatment performed using imaging guidance. This group of procedures is often the easier, faster, less painful option to open surgery for a number of diagnoses.

Interventional radiologists use X-rays, ultrasound and other medical images to guide tiny instruments, such as catheters, through the blood vessels or other pathways to perform procedures and treat disease through a small cut in the skin.

Patient Education

Greensboro Imaging is committed to providing you with quality care, which includes providing accurate information and educational materials to help you understand and make informed decisions about your health. Download the Interventional Radiology brochure, which describes Greensboro Imaging’s interventional radiology services.

Patient Experiences

Every day, DRI strives to ensure patients have the best possible experience before, during and after their exams and procedures. It shows in patient feedback.

This is a team, and when you walk in, you know that you are working with a team that understands what is happening to you and is here to support you. There is nothing awful, frightening or scary about this, because it is a place that is affirmative, it is supportive and it is a place of peace.
—Whitney V.

Submit a story about your experience at DRI.

Resources & Forms

Below are some medical forms and educational materials relating to your imaging procedure. Before your appointment at DRI, you may wish to download, print and complete medical forms and review educational materials. Completing medical forms in the privacy of your home can save you time and effort when you arrive. 

Patients scheduled for an interventional radiology procedure can find additional resources, including other photos and videos. Additional information is available from the Society of Interventional Radiology.

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