Interventional radiology is increasingly becoming a valid alternative to surgical therapeutic procedures; it is therefore important for a radiologist, and not just an interventionist, to know the indications, the advantages, and disadvantages of interventional radiology, in order to cooperate fully with the clinician and conclude in each case which is the more useful diagnostic procedure and/or therapeutic.
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Published online: May 28, 2008
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