Transcatheter Renal Interventions: A Review of Established and Emerging Procedures

  • Gaba R
  • Minocha J
  • Parvinian A
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Catheter-based interventions play an important role in the multidisciplinary management of renal pathology. The array of procedures available to interventional radiologists (IRs) includes established techniques such as angioplasty, stenting, embolization, thrombolysis, and thrombectomy for treatment of renovascular disease, as well as embolization of renal neoplasms and emerging therapies such as transcatheter renal artery sympathectomy for treatment of resistant hypertension. Here, we present an overview of these minimally invasive therapies, with an emphasis on interventional technique and clinical outcomes of the procedure., Copyright © 2015 CPS and SIMM.

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  • RonC Gaba

  • Jeet Minocha

  • Ahmad Parvinian

  • JamesT Bui

  • MarthaGrace Knuttinen

  • CharlesE Ray

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