Interventional Radiology Multimedia
Look forward to Vancouver 2016
SIR 2016 heads to the lively and breathtaking city of Vanouver, BC.
2015 Dr. Charles T. Dotter Lecture
Robert K. Kerlan, MD, FSIR, delivers the 31st annual Dr. Charles T. Dotter Lecture at the Society of Interventional Radiology's Annual Scientific Meeting in Atlanta. Kerlan's presentation, "Interventional radiology: Adapting to the changing world of health care," explored how the specialty will benefit from collaboration with the entire medical community in light of the changes taking place in the United States in the economics and practice of health care.
Video Footage of Patients and Doctors Sharing Stories of How Minimally Invasive Treatments Improve Quality of Life
The video news releases below contain footage of patients describing their experience with interventional radiology treatments, how they found out about these minimally invasive options, and in what ways their lives have improved because of them. Also included are interventional radiologists describing the diseases and procedures from a physician's point of view.
The Society of Interventional Radiology has broadcast quality footage of various IR procedures, physician experts and patients available for the media. Please contact the Communications Department at Comm@SIRweb.org with questions or requests.
SIR B Roll
Interventional Radiologists Advance MS Research: Vein-opening Treatment Safe: Early Study of 231 Patients Details Safety of Using Angioplasty to Widen Internal Jugular and Azygos Veins; Doctors Hope Results Encourage More Research to Explore Minimally Invasive Treatment Options for Those With Multiple Sclerosis (March 28, 2011)
Kenneth Mandato, M.D.
Gary P. Siskin, M.D., FSIR
People Are Talking: Know Your Treatment Options!
People Are Talking: Know Your Treatment Options! (March 2010)
Video News Releases
Freezing Prostate Cancer Does a Man's Body Good (mpg, 57mb)
Nonsurgical Steroid Injection Reduces Neck Pain (mpg, 29mb)
Nonsurgical Treatment for Varicose Veins (mpg, 19mb)
UFE and Fertility (wmv, 7mb)
Peripheral Arterial Disease and Smoking (mpg, 28.2mb)