The department of Interventional Radiology uses multiple techniques like radiological image guidance (ultrasound, CT-computed tomography, X-ray fluoroscopy, or MRI - magnetic resonance imaging). A lot of IR procedures involve insertion of the needle in the skin and these procedures are often called pinhole surgeries. We provide a broad range of gastrointestinal, vascular and interventional procedures with latest technology. At Fortis, interventional radiologists have the best in class expertise in diagnostic image interpretation, the manipulation of needles, the use of fine catheter tubes to navigate around the body under imaging control. Interventional radiology provides benefits like reduced risk, shorter hospital stay, lower cost, great comfort and quick recovery. The team also works closely with the specialized doctors of other departments to render best possible outcomes and to attend to all the details of the patients' condition.