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The Interventional Radiology team provides essential services that are integrated into the care pathway of children in almost all other service lines.  As such we offer emergency care (i.e. to the emergency department, neonatal intensive care unit, pediatric intensive care unit), urgent care (i.e. to transplant, hematology-oncology, cardiology and gastroenterology teams), and routine elective care (i.e. to dermatology, neurology, rheumatology, ENT and endocrinology teams). We work closely with our anesthesiology colleagues to provide 24/7 care, all year round, for children from the time they are born, when they can be small as 500g, all the way through to when they become adults. Our goal is to provide the highest quality care to children using minimally invasive techniques that help to support the physical and mental wellbeing of a child and family throughout their journey through our healthcare system.

Newborn Interventions

Evaluating the biliary system in a newborn

Vascular line placements for babies who need dialysis

PICC fragment retrieval from the lungs using minimally invasive techniques

Vascular Access

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Temporary / Apheresis Line

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Tunneled Line

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Ultrasound-guided biopsy of a transplant kidney with tract sealing using gelfoam pledgets

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Ultrasound-guided targeted biopsy of indeterminate liver lesions

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Fluoroscopically-guided transjugular liver biopsy

Targeted Injections


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CT guided percutaneous injection of Botox and analgesia to block the celiac ganglion for patients with abdominal pain

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Xperguide intrathecal injection of Spinraza for patients with spinal muscular atrophy

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Joint Injection of steroids for patients with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

Percutaneous Drainage Catheter Placements

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Bypassing an obstructed Kidney

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Draining fluid in the pleural space

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Draining an abscess from a perforated appendix

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Bypassing a biliary leak following a liver resection

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