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Interventional Oncology Treatments at Vascular Institute of Virginia

Part of the important work that we do at the Vascular Institute of Virginia is to work alongside clinical oncologists to help improve patients’ quality of life as they tackle cancer. Our team performs various treatments and procedures, including mediports, biopsies, tumor embolization or ablation, kyphoplasty or vertebroplasty, central lines, and IVC filter placement. We’ll

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Outpatient Care Offers the Choices You Need During the Pandemic

For much of these past two years, the vast majority of the global population has harbored reservations about obtaining routine medical care. Millions of medical appointments and treatments have been put off, perhaps longer than they should be. While the development of vaccines has alleviated some of the concerns we’ve held about going out, you

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How to Guard Your Cardiovascular Health (And Why You Should)

Most people are very aware of the vital functions in which the cardiovascular system is involved. Still, it’s easy to overlook how our daily habits can either help or harm this integral aspect of health and wellness. A healthy cardiovascular system continually pumps oxygenated blood out into the body, including the most peripheral points in

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Deep Vein Thrombosis: A Dangerous but Treatable Problem

Statistics regarding deep vein thrombosis indicate that every year, about one in 1,000 people will develop this condition. Generally, we have a 2% to 5% chance of experiencing DVT in our lifetime. For this reason, it is beneficial to understand the risk factors involved in this vascular problem and what to do if symptoms occur.

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What Conditions Can Be Treated with Uterine Fibroid Embolization?

Uterine fibroid embolization is a minimally invasive treatment performed to shrink uterine fibroids, noncancerous growths in the uterine wall. Because the procedure works by blocking uterine arteries, it is also commonly referred to as uterine artery embolization. The UFE/UAE procedure has been used for many years to address symptoms like heavy pelvic bleeding. In addition

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Is Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) the Right Treatment for You?

Uterine fibroids are very common non-cancerous (benign) growths that develop in the muscular wall of the uterus. It is estimated that 26 million American women have fibroids. Furthermore, approximately 15 million of them suffer from debilitating symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding, bladder problems, intense pelvic pressure or pain, and fertility issues. Fibroids are the

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Can Peripheral Artery Disease be Reversed?

Peripheral artery disease, known as PAD, can cause debilitating symptoms. It is estimated that nearly 9 million Americans are affected by this condition, making it an important health issue for adults of all ages. At Vascular Institute of Virginia, we focus on offering the most conservative, successful treatments for patients affected by PAD. Here, we

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