UCLA diagnostic and interventional radiologist David Lu, MD describes a unique service offered at UCLA on liver tumor ablation.
UCLA interventional radiologist Reza Jahan, MD discusses about the evaluation and treatment for facet joint degeneration.
UCLA interventional radiologist Viktor Szeder, MD, PhD discusses about the minimally invasive solutions for back, leg and arm pain.
UCLA interventional radiologist Viktor Szeder, MD, PhD discusses about arteriovenous fistulas, which are abnormal connections between arteries and veins that are typically found in the covering of the brain or spinal cord. Dr. Szeder will discuss symptoms, diagnostics and treatment options.
UCLA interventional radiologist May Nour, MD, PhD discusses about carotid artery disease, stroke angioplasty and stenting.
UCLA interventional radiologist Cheryl Hoffman, MD discusses minimally invasive options for back fractures that can dramatically decrease pain, an overview of techniques and sample cases.
UCLA interventional radiologist Sid Padia, MD discusses an overview of liver cancer and several minimally invasive treatment options such as ablation, chemoembolization and Y90 radioembolization.
UCLA interventional radiologist Cheryl Hoffman, MD, discusses symptoms and effective minimally invasive treatments for varicose veins, varicocele and pelvic venous congestion syndrome.
UCLA interventional radiologist Cheryl Hoffman, MD, gives an overview on uterine fibroids, symptoms that patients can experience such as pain and heavy menstrual bleeding, and conditions such as fertility issues in some. In addition, Dr. Hoffman will discuss effective treatments, such as uterine fibroid embolization (UFE), a minimally invasive technique.
UCLA interventional radiologist John Moriarty, MD discusses IVC filters—small metal cages placed into the veins to prevent blood clots from traveling to the heart and lungs. He will discuss finer points about IVC filters and recommend when they should be placed and removed.
UCLA interventional radiologist J. Pablo Villablanca, MD, introduces a minimally invasive, image-guided outpatient procedure for the treatment of chemotherapy and radiotherapy resistant metastases to the spine. Video will be available soon. Please check back.
UCLA interventional radiologist John Moriarty, MD discusses new, minimally invasive, effective ways to remove blood clots quickly. Blood clots in the legs are a common and potentially very serious problem that can cause leg swelling, varicose veins, ulcers and even death.