Interventional radiology

It is an image-guided minimally invasive procedures and periprocedural patient care to diagnose and treat benign and malignant conditions of the thorax, abdomen, pelves, and extremities.

Lung cancer

Lung cancer refers to the uncontrolled cell growth in lung tissue. The leading risk factor for lung cancer is exposure to tobacco smoke, with smoking accounting for 80-90% of lung cancer cases.

Aortic Aneurysm

The aorta is the largest vessel in your body, delivering blood from your heart to the rest of your body. An aneurysm is when the aorta enlarges abnormally.

Dr. Manish Kumar Yadav

MBBS, DMRD, DNB, FNVIR, EBIR, Consultant neuro and vascular Interventional Radiologist. KIMS health Trivandrum.

Dr Manish Kumar Yadav is a fellowship trained Neuro and vascular Interventional Radiologist working at KIMS trivandrum since 2014. He completed his MBBS from Goa Medical College, Goa and DMRD from the same institute. He completed his DNB Radiology from Kovai Medical center and Hospital, Coimbatore.He underwent fellowship in Neuro and vascular interventional radiology from Kovai Medical Centre, Coimbatore. He has been faculty of a number of national and international Interventional radiology conferences. He has a number of publications to his credit.


Who we are (Interventional Radiologist)

Interventional radiologist (IR) is a medical specialist who performs minimally invasive curative or palliative treatments using radiologic imaging for procedure guidance. Interventional radiology treatments have become the primary method of care for a variety of conditions, offering less risk, less pain and less recovery time, compared to open surgery.

Interventional radiologists are trained physicians who specialize in minimally

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Frequently Asked Questions

The radiologist’s role is to assist other specialists in diagnosing or confirming suspected clinical conditions, using X-rays, Ultrasound, Mammograms, CT Scans, and MRI scans.

The essential skills of an interventional radiologist are in diagnostic image interpretation and the manipulation of needles and the use of fine catheter tubes and wires to navigate around the body under imaging control. Interventional radiologists are doctors who are trained in radiology and interventional therapy. No other specialty possesses this unique combination of skills!

Interventional radiology is used to treat diseases (such as cancers, liver or bile duct diseases, uterine fibroids, peripheral vascular diseases, and disorders of circulation), perform biopsies, and carry out pain-relieving procedures with minimally invasive techniques.