Neurovascular services focus on in-depth vascular studies and treatments of issues in the blood vessels. Radiology Imaging Associates is widely considered one of the foremost neurointerventional surgery practices in the United States, so you’re in the best and most skilled hands when you come to the Aurora, Colorado, practice for help. Book an appointment using the online feature or call the office today.
Neurovascular services involve using innovative state-of-the-art imaging and sophisticated surgical approaches to diagnose and treat vascular conditions using minimally invasive techniques.
The Radiology Imaging Associates team is at the forefront of neurovascular care in the United States. They’re known as the leading team in the Aurora area, and the practice is constantly in demand thanks to their stellar reputation and superior skills.
At Radiology Imaging Associates, neurovascular services focus primarily on the head and neck.
This covers conditions and problems such as:
These are just a few of the extensive range of conditions neurovascular services can include.
Neurovascular services include procedures such as:
Diagnostic angiography is a procedure to evaluate blood vessel health and track the way that blood moves through those blood vessels. This diagnostic procedure can help detect problems such as atherosclerosis (artery narrowing), which can point to an increased risk of a stroke or heart attack.
Angioplasty opens up narrowed or blocked blood vessels, usually using a tiny inflatable balloon.
A thrombectomy removes a blood clot from a blood vessel to allow for normal healthy blood flow again.
Stenting is a procedure, often performed alongside a thrombectomy or angioplasty, to keep a formerly narrowed or clogged blood vessel open.
Embolization deliberately stops the blood flow to a specific area, usually a tumor. This stops a head or neck tumor from growing and causes it to wither.
Inferior petrosal sinus sampling is a procedure that measures adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) within the veins that drain the pituitary gland. This level is measured against the ACTH in the peripheral blood. It can tell if a pituitary tumor causes ACTH-dependent Cushing’s disease.
Many other procedures are also available. Two surgeons often team up for complex cases.
At Radiology Imaging Associates, only highly proficient neurointerventional surgeons perform procedures for referring physicians and their patients. The doctors regularly perform procedures at most area hospitals and are highly respected as the undisputed leaders in the neurovascular services field.
Book an appointment using the scheduling link or call Radiology Imaging Associates today.