- Opening hours: from Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
- Telephone: +33(0)2 31 45 50 34
- Location: on the ground floor in the radiology department
- Head of department: Dr Joëlle Lacroix
- Head nurse/technician: Sébastien Sarrazin
- Interventional radiologists:
Interventional radiology includes all interventions aimed at diagnosis or treatment, performed by a radiologist, and monitored via an imaging technique. In particular, interventional radiology enables minimally invasive therapeutic procedures, under radiological control.
Healthcare offer and expertise
- Bone consolidation (cementoplasty or spondyloplasty, vertebroplasty, sacroplasty) and percutaneous screwing.
- Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) – radiofrequency ablation and cryotherapy:
- destruction of tumours by radiofrequency (heat treatment)
- destruction of tumours by percutaneous cryoablation (cold treatment)
- Biopsies (lung, liver, kidney, soft tissue, lymph nodes, bone),
- Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG),
- Implantable chamber installation
The department’s equipment and facilities
- 1 shared Siemens Confidence RT Pro (2020). This CT scanner is installed within the controlled zone of the radiology department, in identical conditions to those of an operating theatre.
- 1 Allura Phillips interventional radiology room (2016), located in the operating theatre.
- 1 Toshiba ultrasound system.
2019 activity data
- Interventional radiology procedures (in the operating theatre, in room 6 in 2019): 532, including:
- Biopsies: 159
- Cementoplasty / Spondyloplasty: 122
- Implantable chambers: 149
- Other: 14