Fluoroscopy-guided steroid injection is a procedure that utilizes x-rays to guide the needle into the site of pain.
A nephrostomy is a small tube which is inserted into the kidney from the outside through your skin.
Ureteric stents can be inserted into the ureter to relieve blockages caused by stones or tumours.
Interventional radiological procedures provides minimally invasive image-guided treatment for various life threatening and/or chronic conditions.
Renal tumour ablation is a minimally invasive procedure through which small renal tumours are treated while preserving the surrounding normal kidney.
A kidney biopsy involves taking a small sample from your kidneys, in order to guide appropriate treatment.
Ultrasound-guided steroid injection is a procedure that utilizes ultrasound to guide the needle into the site of pain.