Neuroradiologists play a key role in diagnosing and treating neurological conditions by using high-tech imaging that focuses on the brain, spine, head and neck.
At UVA, we work with teams of highly trained specialists to interpret scans and develop a diagnosis and treatment plan that will result in the best outcomes possible.
Our diagnostic neuroradiologists and interventional neuroradiologists conduct research that keeps them at the forefront of the field. We're constantly improving our processes and enhancing the precision of our tools.
The Crucial Role of Imaging
Diagnostic neuroradiologists examine brain scans to detect and diagnose conditions such as Parkinson's disease, tumors, aneurysms and vascular malformations.
While often behind the scenes, neuroradiologists are an essential part of neurosurgery and neurology procedures.
A New Kind of Surgery
Interventional neuroradiologists perform minimally invasive procedures on your veins and arteries within the brain or spine. Interventional neuroradiologists, sometimes called endovascular neurosurgeons, provide precise, image-guided treatments that replace traditional surgery.
The Unmatched Expertise at UVA
At UVA, you'll find pioneers responsible for many innovative techniques used today.
We can treat complex cerebrovascular disease and ruptured or unruptured intracranial aneurysms with the newest technology for treating brain aneurysms, flow diversion.
Find answers to your questions about our interventional procedures.