Surgery, a solution for many serious health issues in the earlier days was itself a major issue to most of the people because of the risks associated with it to the patients. And not just a surgery, an open-surgery was at times the only alternative left for really serious matters back then, and just a thought of it used to leave people biting their nails in fear. To make all this surgery and open-surgery concepts a bit easier and less risky, the technique of interventional radiology was brought into existence by making the best use of technology. In a way interventional radiology is a substitute for open-surgery in many cases and is helping the patients have a sigh of relief because of the minimum risks involved with it.
Market trends of interventional radiology
Putting smart work over hard work the global market of interventional radiology made its space in the economy. The increasing chronic diseases lately, act as one of the major market driving factors of the market industry of it. Other factors pointing towards the expected market growth of interventional radiology includes, rise in the number of sick old aged people and an increasing demand for minimally invasive treatment because of minimum risks involved and speedy recovery.
What is interventional radiology?
So how does interventional radiology actually replaces surgery? In what way does it work? These are a few questions that may bother a person after getting to know the above facts. Well here is the answer to those queries of the reader's curious mind.
Interventional radiology, less commonly known as vascular and interventional radiology as well, is a widely spread medical sub specialty which deals with providing treatment and diagnosis of diseases with minimally invasive image-guidance.
How did it originated?
Another question that may arise in the reader's mind would be that how did this amazing concept originated?
Well to answer that, radiologists who used x-rays for diagnostic purposes back then, were the first ones to introduce medical sciences with imaging. Accompanying that, there were some radiologists who came up with the idea of catheter based treatments such as angioplasty, stent placements, etc. So pairing them both together the interventional radiologists added a new kind of discovery to the dictionary of medical sciences, and started making use of interventional radiology, for example the interventional cardiology. Most of the interventional radiologists make use of x-rays and MRI, etc. for imaging purposes and for making it minimally invasive catheters and needles are made a part of the treatment. Needles are usually passed through to the target initially in such treatments, which lets them called by another, not so scientific name, the pinhole surgery.
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