Interventional Radiology uses imaging to perform a variety of minimally invasive procedures. With interventional radiology, patients have the least amount of procedural risk and pain and the fastest recovery times. Most procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis with same-day discharge.
Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (PTS) is a condition that can happen when patients have had deep venous thrombosis (DVT), or clots in large veins.
Sialorrhea (drooling) can be caused by difficulty swallowing due to a neurologic problem and can be treated with medicine.
Arterial embolization can be used to treat a variety of tumors and certain types of vascular malformations.
A peripherally inserted central (venous) catheter (PICC line for short) is a type of long term IV.
Sclerotherapy involves injecting a medication into a vascular malformation, which causes them to shrink.
Our Interventional Radiology department is one of the largest in the country. Our doctors have specialized training in the field of pediatric interventional radiology. We offer you and your child an experience tailored towards you with specially trained nurses, techs, doctors, and child life specialists whose only goal is your child's comfort.
To schedule an appointment, call 501-364-7195 or email IRQuestionsFollowups@archildrens.org.
At Arkansas Children’s, a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary Vascular Anomalies Center diagnoses and treats children and adults with congenital vascular anomalies.
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