Interventional Radiology

When you come to UAMS, you are in capable hands.

From the caring nurses to the highly trained radiologists and experienced doctors, our staff is dedicated to see that you receive the best care possible.

A measure of how well we succeed is hearing stories like these from patients who were treated at UAMS.

  • Family Finds Cutting-Edge HHT Treatment at UAMS

    As an ordinary 11-year-old girl, Emalyn Daniel had two questions for her doctor: “Will it hurt?” And “When can I go swimming?”

  • Patient Glad UAMS Has Latest Aneurysm Treatment

    Tony King of Texarkana is among a growing number of aneurysm patients thankful that UAMS offers the latest minimally invasive aneurysm treatments and is one of the few medical centers in the country with the Pipeline Embolization Device.

  • Women Discover Fibroids Cure at UAMS

    Fibroids caused Nathalie Massanelli, 39, of Little Rock, to lose so much blood each month that she became anemic and afraid to go out in public. For Bridget Dooley, 44, of Hot Springs, the pain from fibroids was too much to bear.

  • UAMS Saves New Mom

    When 22-year-old Christina Gillihan left Searcy in an ambulance bound for UAMS, she and members of her family were hoping for a miracle.

  • Living to Celebrate Many More Birthdays

    When Isabella celebrates her birthday in March, she probably won’t remember how she spent her first birthday. But her grandmother, Grace Donoho, will.

  • Aneurysm Patient Finds Most Advanced Treatment at UAMS

    Last year Lynda Etheridge was feeling fine and saw no need for a doctor-recommended brain scan to see if she had an aneurysm. Today she’s glad that her husband, Herb, convinced her to do it.

  • UAMS Diagnoses Woman’s 16-Year Illness

    After 16 years searching for the cause of her seizures and difficulty breathing, Karan Smith of Fort Smith was referred to UAMS, where a doctor pinpointed her underlying condition: an uncommon genetic disease known as HHT (Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia).

  • New Device Unclogs Stroke Patient’s Veins in Brain

    In the days leading up to Glen Deaton’s emergency trip from Trumann to UAMS, large veins that drain blood from his brain were clotting.