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PAD is a chronic circulatory condition, which if left untreated can result in unnecessary limb amputations. Unfortunately, PAD is a condition that is relatively unknown…
That’s right, our PAE procedure or Prostate Artery Embolization can treat your enlarged prostate from your wrist.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with DVT, you probably know the seriousness of the condition.
Join Dr. Evans as she discusses the benefits and results from Uterine Fibroids Embolization at the “My Journey is Fit Health & Wellness Expo”
Feel like you may be at risk for Peripheral Artery disease? Knowing your symptoms can greatly reduce your risk. MTV IR teamed up with the amazing people at The Branch Connection to offer FREE screenings on Thursday, August 29th and another screening session on September 9th.
We understand – having a serious disease is terrible, and people want hope. As specialists in liver cancer treatment options in North Texas, one of the things we pride ourselves on is staying…
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) affects as many as 18 million Americans and is a circulatory condition in which narrowed and hardened blood vessels reduce blood flow to the limbs and, if left untreated, could lead to limb amputation.
MTVIR traveled out to the annual Dallas Ultimate Women’s Expo and enjoyed every minute. Ladies, If you’ve never been out, it’s a must go event. Ton’s of great products, food, and drinks out on display to try out and see. The Dallas/Fort Worth Ultimate Women’s Expo is one of the largest Women’s expo in the […]
Uterine fibroids are growths in the uterus that as many as 3 out of 4 women experience during their childbearing years.
These fibroids are non-cancerous, but sometimes can produce adverse symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding, overly long menstrual periods, pelvic pressure and pain, backaches, and difficulty with constipation or frequent urination.
You know that you are looking for an experienced oncologist, and one with a good reputation, but did you know that it’s more important to look at the full team of doctors who will be helping you?
Modern cancer treatment is very much a team activity, with oncologists, oncological surgeons, radiation oncologists, pain management specialists and interventional radiologists all working together to give you the best possible care.