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Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 4:07 pm | Updated: 4:43 pm, Fri Nov 29, 2013.

Interventional Radiology & Technology

By providing images of unprecedented clarity and detail, new breakthrough technologies are providing Interventional Radiologists like Dr. Grubbs with the ability to perform non-invasive treatments that once required open surgeries.

That means no surgical incisions, no stitches, and no scars. Most Interventional Radiology procedures don't require a general anesthesia, are less painful and have fewer risks and complications. And most conditions treated with Interventional Radiology can be done in an outpatient setting, or require hospitalization for only a brief time. That translates to shorter hospital stays - and faster recoveries - than surgical patients experience.


Sarasota Interventional Radiology has made an extraordinary commitment to these technologies, and has on site state-of-the-art equipment including:

  • The Phillips Multi-Slice CT Scanner with Fluoroscopy is used
       to perform guided procedures such as Biopsies, Plasma
       Disc Decompression, and Vertebroplasty.
  • The Diamond Brilliance by Phillips 16 inch Angiography Suite
       is used in the peripheral vascular and cardiac catheterization
  • The SonoSite MicroMaxx is used to help in making complex diagnosis.

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