Virginia Interventional & Vascular Associates (VIVA) can diagnose all vascular conditions and offer the optimum treatment for them, from minimally invasive procedures to major surgery. VIVA physicians attribute this capability to the group’s practice model, which combines the expertise of interventional
Medical radiation exposure has been a recent topic in the lay press. While certain imaging modalities such as ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) do not expose patients to ionizing radiation, others, such as computed tomography (CT), plain film radiographs, and fluoroscopy, do.
Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) has added four diagnostic radiologists and one vascular surgeon to its practice, which comprises 34 physicians serving Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Southern Prince William, and nearby counties.
A study published in The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology earlier this year reported that gynecologists, interventional radiologists (IRs), and women with uterine fibroids benefit when specialists work together to provide treatment options. “Establishing a referral relationship with an interventional radiologist for comprehensive uterine myoma treatment supports a trusting, collaborative, long- term, noncompetitive ‘win-win’ relationship between the gynecologist and radiologist, …
With a special focus on women’s imaging, Dr. Pam E. Warren describes her work as her “passion.” “My mother died of breast cancer, and I’m determined to do all I can to help diagnose and prevent this disease,” she said.