Interventional radiology in women's health

      Interventional radiology is establishing more and more its role as a valid support to the surgeon and as a therapeutic substitute for surgery. Its use in gynecology, arid in the pathological processes involving more frequently women, albeit in its early stages vis-à-vis the classic interventional radiology, represents an important development by transferring the experience gained from the classic interventional procedures to those clinical situations which call for a different therapeutic outlook, especially regarding the women in their fertile age.
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