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Women's Health

Our Johns Hopkins Interventional Radiology Center (IRC) team of interventionalists have dedicated their professional lives to providing women’s health services. Our services range from routine diagnostic exams, to in-depth consultations for women with pelvic and vein disorders.

At Johns Hopkins, we offer women access to a special place created specifically for them, where they can obtain highly specialized interventional services using state-of-the-art equipment in a compassionate, caring environment.

The Interventional Radiology Center’s friendly staff is committed to maximizing patient convenience and comfort. We strive to create a calming, nurturing, and pleasant environment in our waiting room to help increase patient relaxation. You’ll feel the difference with everyone you talk to, from the receptionist, to the technologist who performs your exam, to the radiologist who reads your results.

Therapeutic Procedures

Johns Hopkins has seen thousands of patients and we know that no two are the same, which is why our caring staff will take the time to listen to and answer all of your questions.

At Johns Hopkins, we commit to continuously advancing radiological services for women and do research to help improve women’s services in many ways.

Interventional Radiology: Women's Health

Johns Hopkins division director of interventional radiology, Dr. Kelvin Hong, discusses the impact that minimally invasive procedures have had in women's health. Interventional radiologists treat a variety of conditions for women including uterine fibroids, infertility, chronic pelvis pain, varicose veins and pelvic floor dysfunction.

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