Interventional Radiology at Brigham and Women’s
At Brigham and Women’s Hospital Interventional Radiologists use the latest imaging technology to look inside the body, making it possible to treat problems with less invasive methods, speeding healing and reducing recovery time.
We treat a wide range of problems including:
- Varicose veins for patients with painful veins and those seeking a cosmetic solution
- Peripheral arterial disease
- Uterine fibroids
- Dialysis access problems
- Back pain
- Liver cancer
“Interventional radiology is the most exciting and innovative field in all of medicine,” says Dr. Richard A. Baum, Chief, Division of Angiography and Interventional Radiology. “Interventional radiology is about creative problem solving and developing new approaches to care for patients with a wide range of diseases.”
Procedures developed in this field have helped medicine make huge leaps forward. Utilizing cutting-edge technologies, Brigham and Women’s experts are able to provide patients with procedures that improve outcomes and get them back to their lives more quickly than ever imagined in the past.
With locations in Boston, Newton, Foxborough, South Weymouth, and West Bridgewater, our Interventional Radiologists will deliver high-quality medical and cosmetic care to you and your family members.
Dr. Richard A. Baum
Dr. Chieh-Min Fan
Dr. Dmitry J. Rabkin
75 Francis Street | Boston, MA 02115
617.732.7240 | brighamandwomens.org